Finally Nokia has understood that its inability to bring out good dual-sim phones was the reason for their fallen consumer interest in India. Realizing this truth, now they have unveiled two new dual-sim phones with wonderful features. These phones were brought out at an event called "Twins Day Out". It all started with 60 twins parading before showing the phones out.
Last year, Nokia had brought out one dual-sim phone but it was not a success as lot of other companies had attracted consumers with their products. But this time, Nokia has came back strongly. It claims that C2-00 is the first dual-sim phone to have 'easy swap', which allows users to change SIM cards without the need to turn off the phone or remove the battery. The phone also remembers the settings for up to five separate SIM cards. Another phone, X1-01 comes with a big battery life upto 36 hours of continuous music playback. It also features two in-built speakers and supports memory card upto 16 GB. While C2-00 would cost around $65 (Rs.3,000), X1-01 costs around $42 (Rs.2,000).