Nokia 301 Ilse Jurriën : February 25th 2013 - 15:35 CET
Nokia 301 mobile phone : At the MWC 2013 in Barcelona, Nokia releases the Nokia 301 for more Internet and email access. The Nokia 301 is classic Nokia from top to toe, from its iconic numbered keypad to the immediately recognisable design, but this classically designed feature phone has a few surprises up its sleeve. The colorful Nokia 301 delivers elegant design and a bold color palette, with a fast, 3.5G Internet connection and Nokia Xpress Browser preloaded for up to 90 percent more data efficiency. The Nokia 301 is the most affordable Nokia device to offer video streaming and also comes with new smart camera features, inspired by the digital camera lenses on the Nokia Lumia smartphones.
Nokia 301 phone features
In terms of the specifications, two more things stand out. The Nokia 301 has a terrific battery life - up to 39 days on standby, when using the single SIM version on a 3G network. And the Nokia 301 supports HD Voice, for much clearer calls when used with an operator network that supports the protocol. The Nokia 301 has all the features you want, with 3.5G performance and it will never let you down. The new Nokia 301 mobile phone comes in a Single SIM and a Dual SIM version. Download the product sheets to learn more about the Nokia 301 and Nokia 301 Dual SIM.
Photography with the Nokia 301
For starters, the Nokia 301 has a 3.2-megapixel camera, with some clever software features. It has a self-timer for taking pictures of yourself with other people. The camera also has a handy self-portrait feature that uses voice prompts to tell you how to position the phone so your face is properly in the frame. The Nokia 301 can also take panoramic photographs - the first time we’ve offered this on a feature phone - as well as sequential shot, which takes 3-5 frames and lets you choose the perfect picture.
Nokia 301 price & availability
The Nokia 301 is available in cyan, black, magenta, yellow and white for a recommended retail price of €65,-. The Nokia 301 is planned to start rolling out in the second quarter of 2013 and is expected to be available in more than 120 countries in Africa, Asia-Pacific, Europe, India, Middle East and Latin America. Availability of colors and optional accessories may differ depending on the country. Check the Nokia website in your region for more details.