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Mark Peters : October 16th 2011 - 14:00 CET
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NokiaNew Nokia mobile phones : Nokia has introduced two new mobile phones; Nokia C2-05 and Nokia X2-05. The world over, a mobile phone is a status symbol, electronic jewellery. That’s especially true among younger, urban populations. And that means that, whatever their wage dictates, people want a mobile phone that looks modern and fashionable. And they’re equally demanding when the phone comes to features. People are well aware you can get the Internet and apps on a phone, and they want that too, even if their income makes a Smartphone prohibitively expensive. The Nokia C2-05 carries a retail price around 50 Euros and the Nokia X2-05 around 46 Euros before any local taxes or operator subsidies.

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Nokia C2-05
The new Nokia C2-05 mobile phone measures 99.43 x 47.77 x 16.28mm and weighs 98.5 grams. The Nokia C2-05 display is a 2-inch QVGA resolution (320 x 240 pixels) LCD, offering up to 65K colors. The reception is GSM Dual Band 900/1800 and 850/1900. The Nokia C2-05 battery life is up to 20 days in standby or four hours talk-time. As you’d expect from the emphasis on style, the Nokia C2-05 mobile phone allows every user to express their personality: it comes in a range of colours including pink, peacock blue and dynamic grey. Download the Nokia C2-05 technical specifications.

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Nokia X2-05
The Nokia X2-05 mobile phone measures 113 x 50 x 15 mm, but is a little lighter overall at just 87.8 grams. The Nokia X2-05 display is slightly larger, too, with a 2.2-inch QVGA display offering 65K colors at a 320x240 resolution. Storage is once again through an optional MicroSD memory card. The reception is GSM Dual Band 900/1800, while battery life is rated up to 25 days on standby or four hours talk-time. Sharing and media transfer is once again offered through Bluetooth and the included MicroUSB cable. The new Nokia mobile phone will be available in Black, Silver, White and Bright Red. Download the Nokia X2-05 technical specifications.

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