The Nokia 301 was unveiled at the MWC and just a phone budget is exciting – one of the few that actually have a relatively good, “smart” camera and 3.5G HSPA connectivity.
The Nokia 301 is based on the Nokia Series 40 platform and features a 2.4 inch screen with a traditional alphanumeric keypad.
The Nokia 301 features a 3.2 megapixel camera that allows a lot of editing and sharing options, including outlook for wide-angle shots and group. It also has a burst mode shooting of five images, and voice guided self-portrait mode.
The good news is that you can stream YouTube videos on the Nokia 301, and applications such as Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp are also on board.
The Nokia 301 will be priced at around $ 85 (€ 65), and reach and models of dual SIM. Battery life is excellent in one-SIM with a talk time of “up to” 20 hours.
Of course, it will be colorful – arrive in cyan, yellow, magenta, black and white. The 301 will land in Q2 2013, with initial availability in more than 120 countries in Africa, Asia-Pacific, Europe, India, Middle East and Latin America.