Along with the C1, C1-01 and C1-02, Nokia today has also launched the Nokia C2. The Nokia C2, like the C1, sports dual-sim functionality. The main difference here is that unlike the C1, both the sim-cards can be simultaneously active on the C2. The first sim-card on the Nokia C2 sits beneath the battery, while the second sim-card is actually hot-swappable. The Nokia C2 is the first phone ever to feature a hot-swappable’ sim card slot.
The phone also features a VGA camera, Bluetooth, GPRS, an FM radio, music player and a microSD card slot. Like the Nokia C1-x trio of phones, the Nokia C2 is also capable of supporting up to 32 GB of microSD card. The Nokia C2 also has a very good battery life. Nokia quotes the standby time of the device at 16.5 days. The Nokia C2 runs on the tried-and-tested S40 OS.
The phone will cost 45 Euros before taxes and subsidies, and will hit the market in Q4 of this year. The phone will be available in grey, black, magenta, dark blue and white colors.