Sunday, February 6, 2011

Nokia C101 on Sale for 22 Days

Since I started blogging, I wrote several posts about Cherry Mobile Phones, Q6i being the most popular. For the first time, I chanced upon a mobile phone on sale this love month from a different brand—Nokia C101.

Nokia C101, affordable mobile phone in the Philippines

  • Screen size: 1.8"
  • Resolution: 128 x 160 pixels
  • Stereo FM radio
  • VGA Camera
  • MicroSD memory card slot, hot swappable, up to 32 GB
  • Internal memory: 64 MB
  • Bluetooth
  • Full-Speed USB 2.0
  • Dual band EGSM 850/1900
  • Web Browsing with Opera Mini

From January 29-February 19, 2011 you can own a Nokia C101 for only Php 2,500 from its original price of Php 2,880.

Visit Nokia branches and dealers nationwide where you can also find Nokia 1280 and 1616, other affordable phones to add in your choices.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I bought 2 units of the same Model Nokia C1-01 only the other day. As checked memory capacity is great since it is expandable using a MicroSD. Two things i don't like about the unit is that the resolution is bad, it can easily cause eyestrain, and above all it doesn't pick up good signal than compared to other models of about the same price range.
Sitting right next to each other on a work table are 6 phones. My latest C1-01 phones, 3 Nokia 2730, and Nokia E52. I keep them mainly for reloading purposes and personal use. So, it's the signal a phone can provide that really matters a lot to me due to business transactions. Usually i end up "re""processing loads on customers with fears that it may double up. Almost all the time i get the message "Failed" on every first transaction. Wahhh.....time consuming in the end too.
Am getting rid of these C1-01 units next month as i just had my 2 Samsung units sold this week to office mates. Well, Samsung worked just fine but i decided to upgrade it to Nokia because the number "0" or zero with Samsung seem like 8. With Nokia the "0" appears as clearly as "0"
And in a range of 5 where 5 is the highest, i will give this phone model a score of 2.

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