Nokia 301 Now On Sale In India For Rs. 5140

Jun 19, 13 Nokia 301 Now On Sale In India For Rs. 5140

The Finnish handset maker has released yet another dual SIM model in the market called the Nokia Asha 301. The phone is available on sale in India for Rs. 5140.

Previously, it was expected to roll out in the month of March however, the launch happened only yesterday on 18th of June.

Being a dual-SIM model, it comes with features that are three times faster than Nokia Xpress Browser. In simple, on this device a user will be able to stream video and browse for free with built-in Wi-Fi faster at low data costs.

The budget-friendly phone will be available in yellow, black, white and cyan colours. Looking at the design it is sure to bring back the old memories of rough and tough alphanumeric keypad.

The screen is 2.4-inch big and has 3.2 MP camera fitted in the rear which is capable of offering a image resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels.

For sharing images in a jiffy it has the Nokia Slam function, even if you’re not on Wi-Fi. Yahoo, Gmail and Hotmail are some of the notable preloaded apps that help you to stay connected.

Nothing to panic, the Facebook and Twitter apps come as standard. It has 64MB internal memory, expandable up to 32GB and 1200mAh battery for power.

On the multimedia front, it has FM Radio, FM Recording, DRM Support, Voice Recorder, Audio and Video Player.

Key Features Of Nokia 301

  • Display: 2.4-inch LCD Screen
  • Camer: 3.2MP
  • Multimedia: Fm Radio, FM Recording
  • Battery: 1200mAh Battery
  • Internal storage: 64MB
  • Expandable memory:32GB

At a time when Nokia is rolling out high end models to reclaim its past glory, it has taken the strides to launch a simple and affordable phone for all class people.

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