The Nokia 110 (left) and 112
Nokia isn't that popular for its dual-SIM offerings, but that didn't stop the world's second largest handset maker (surprised?) from making official two more mobile phones that can accommodate more than one SIM card. Techies, meet the Nokia 110 and 112, a couple of handsets that lets you switch between two networks in a jiffy.
Both the 110 and 112 sport a 1.8-inch LCD display, an FM radio, Bluetooth as well as a microSD card slot. A VGA shooter slapped on each one takes care of your basic imaging needs and running the software side for the handsets is the Series 40 platform, which is found on Nokia's entry-level phones. Other goodies on the list include email and IM support and Nokia browser. And oh, there's also a feature which remembers the custom settings for up to five SIM cards.
The only difference between the two, aside from slight changes in terms of look, is the power source. The 110 comes with an 1020mAh unit while the 112 has a bigger 1400mAh battery. We have to remind you though; features like WiFi and 3G connectivity are not part of the package, a fact that shows up on the handsets' SRPs. The 110 and 112 retails for €35 and €38 (about P1,900 and P2,000), respectively. No word yet on local availability and pricing but we expect the duo to visit local shelves in the coming months with price tags that won't make you go rob a bank.