MWC 2013: Nokia 301 Hands-On

A cheap device with appealing camera and Internet capabilities

  Nokia 301
With 39 days of standby time, Nokia’s new 301 handset can easily prove a highly appealing device to all those looking for a new feature phone that can offer more than just basic features.
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With 39 days of standby time, Nokia’s new 301 handset can easily prove a highly appealing device to all those looking for a new feature phone that can offer more than just basic features.

At only €65 ($86), this device indeed delivers in this regard, as it sports great camera capabilities for its range, along with Internet capabilities with support for 3.5G networks.

Made official today at the MWC 2013 trade show in Barcelona, Nokia 301 arrives with the classic Nokia design, while featuring a 2.4-inch QVGA screen, 64MB of RAM, microSD slot to expand its 256MB of internal memory, and a 3.2MP camera.

Nokia packed the phone with panorama shot capabilities, voice-assisted self-portrait functionality, the Nokia Xpress Browser, as well as Facebook, eBuddy, WhatsApp, Twitter and email. The handset will land on shelves in single and dual-SIM flavors.

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