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Ilse Jurriën : February 14th 2012 - 01:25 CET
Nokia C2-00 review

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NokiaNokia C2-00 review at LetsGoMobile : Since the introduction of the cell phone, a large variety of phones has appeared on the market. At first, it was all about functionality, and more and more extra functions were added to the phone. Now that the cell phone has become such a basic part of our daily lives, and nearly everyone has one, people often use one phone for business and another for personal use. Therefore, there are now several phones on the market that support a second SIM-card, so that you no longer have to have two phones. Nokia made this possible with the Nokia C2-00 Dual-SIM phone. LetsGoMobile published a review on this Dual-SIM phone.

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Nokia C2-00

Nokia C2-00 review
The Nokia C2-00 can be used for mobile photography, thanks to its 2 megapixel digital camera, as long as you do not expect too much of the photo quality. The camera has a maximum resolution of 640x480 and offers a 4x digital zoom. Additionally, there is a built-in self-timer and a simple photo-editor. Further, the Nokia C2-00 Dual SIM phone is equipped with a simple video function; the phone saves videos in a 176x144-pixel resolution. Via the integrated Video player, the video can be displayed immediately. Photos and videos taken with the Nokia C2-00 can also be easily transferred to a personal computer via Bluetooth.

Nokia C2-00 review

Nokia C2-00 review at LetsGoMobile
LetsGoMobile says: "With the possibility of inserting two SIM-cards, the Nokia C2-00 can be used for your business as well as personal SIM-card. The 'main SIM-card', indicated as SIM1, is placed under the battery, as usual. The extra SIM card, indicated as SIM2, can be inserted into the side of the phone. In order to switch to the second SIM-card, it is not necessary to turn off the Nokia C2-00. That is very handy! The SIM-card can be removed by opening the cover and pushing in the SIM-card a little bit." Read the full Nokia C2-00 review at LetsGoMobile.




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