The Nokia C2-01 is a simple handset in many ways, providing affordable functionality, within a typically compact unit which measures just 109 mm x 46 km wide whilst being 15 mm thick and weighing just 89 g in weight. Within this compact and lightweight unit, the user is provided with an impressive array of functionality coupled with the typical Nokia styling that has become renowned.
The unit comes with a 2.0 inch display screen which is TFT and accurately displays up to 256,000 colours within a 240 x 320 pixel screen resolution which means that the screen displays excellent quality imagery. The unit comes with ring and vibration alert options, with the added benefit of being able to utilise MP3 and WAV ringtones as additional and supplementary options. In addition the unit comes with a loudspeaker, 3.5 mm Jack as well as a phone book which is able to retain its 2000 entries and also provides a photo call capability.
In terms of connectivity the unit comes with a micro SD card slot which enables the user to utilise relevant cards to enhance the available memory capacity of unit from its internal 43 MB, up to a far more substantial 16 GB, allowing the user to download and retain a variety of media type files. The handset also comes with EDGE, GPRS as well as blue tooth and micro-USB connectivity, in conjunction with a 3G connection, providing speeds of up to 384 kbps.
The unit comes with a 3.15 mega pixel camera which operates at 2048 x 1536 pixels and can also be utilised to record QVGA quality video at 15 frames per second as an alternative to still imagery. A stereo FM radio with RDS is included, whilst a selection of games and an MP4/MP3 multimedia player is also provided. The multimedia player provides the means to play a wide selection of downloaded media file types, whilst the unit also comes with an organiser, voice memo facility as well as the benefits of predictive text input.
The Nokia C2-01, like the Nokia C1-01, offers a typically stylish Nokia handset, which is coupled with impressive levels of technology and functionality.