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Poll: Do you use Dual-SIM Phones?

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: July 5, 2010

The introduction of triple SIM phones this year made me wonder how far dual-SIM phones have already penetrated mobile phone market. I'd like to do a poll on that just to see how's the handset mix look like. So out poll asks -- Do you use Dual-SIM Phones? Here's the options you can choose from: Yes, I use dual-SIM phones. No, but I use 2 or more phones at a time. Don't need one. I only have 1 number. I'm on triple SIM now. What's a dual-SIM phone? I've added this in our poll at the sidebar on the right.…

Nokia intros C6, C3 and E5 Qwerty Phones

Relevance: 94%      Posted on: April 13, 2010

During this afternoon's virtual event, Nokia introduced 3 new messaging devices, two of which are members of the new C-series of handsets. The Nokia C6 is a 3.2-inch touchscreen phone with a full qwerty slide-out keyboard and 3G/HDSP 7.2Mbps, WiFi 802.11 b/g, Bluetooth 2.0, 5MP AF camera, and GPS running Symbian OS v9.4, Series 60 release 5. This one looks like a cross between the 5800XM and the E75. The Nokia C3 is a full-qwerty phone with WiFi, Blueooth, 2 MP camera, FM stereo and GPS. This one is looking to be a cheaper version of the popular Nokia E63.…

Why Dual-SIM phones aren’t picking up?

Relevance: 93%      Posted on: March 21, 2009

Someone asked me why I don't use dual-SIM phones instead of carrying 2 or 3 phones at a time. I said that if there were only high-end phones that support dual-SIM, I might consider using them. So the question popped up -- why aren't dual-SIM phones picking up? They've been here for years, even started with custom modules for Nokia 5110 and 6110 many years ago (the one that you turn off and on whenever you want to switch active SIM). Even today, there are very few manufacturers and even phone models that support dual-SIM. Of course, that does not…

Nokia responds: Entry into Dual SIM Phones

Relevance: 92%      Posted on: June 15, 2010

We had a couple of interviews with various top executives of Nokia SEA yesterday and one of the number of questions I asked revolved around their introduction of dual/double SIM phones. My questions were worded to the effect -- "why these and why now?". Executives believe they are not really late in getting into the dual SIM market considering that a lot of regions do not favor this kind of market. It's primarily because of telco subsidies and handset exclusivity (and thus, the seemingly limited demand for these types of phones). Likewise, Nokia believes that people who tend to use…

Why the resistance to dual-SIM mobile phones?

Relevance: 91%      Posted on: March 29, 2010

For some time now, dual SIM phones have been hot among the masses. Majority of the handsets that have these are China phones or locally branded ones like MyPhone, Cherry Mobile or Torque. I actually wrote a similar entry last year -- Why Dual-SIM phones aren’t picking up? I remember, about 8 year ago, people would go to Greenhills and have their Nokia phones converted to dual SIM phones. It involved a replacement part attached at the back of the handset and makes the battery compartment bulging at the back. Then we got them dual-SIM China-phones that are uber-cheap with…

Full Touch Screen vs. Full Qwerty

Relevance: 89%      Posted on: September 7, 2010

If I asked this question 3 years ago, I'm sure I'd get a majority of responses in favor of the full qwerty on mobile phones. But since the iPhone and the Android smartphones came to the scene, using full touchscreen doesn't seem to as bad as before. In fact, full touchscreen has a few advantages over full qwerty phones in some areas: Full touchscreen phones enjoy bigger real estate screen since the virtual keyboard is included into the screen. Bigger screens are always better. Web browsing on touchscreen phones feels more interactive and engaging with navigational features like swipe, pinch…

Cherry Mobile’s uber cheap dual SIM phones

Relevance: 88%      Posted on: June 9, 2009

Cherry Mobile, a new player in the dual-SIM phone market in the Philippines, introduced 4 new affordable phones with average prices well under Php6,000. See updated price list of Cherry Mobile phones here. Here's a list of the 4 new dual-SIM phones: Cherry S11 Blade VGA Camera 1.8” 65K Color TFT LCD display Pitch changer MP3/MP4 payer FM Radio GPRS/MMS capable 2GB microSD card Bluetooth 2.0 Price: Php2,690 Cherry D20 Life 1.8” 65K Color TFT LCD display VGA Camera MP3/MP4 player FM Radio Voice recorder 2GB microSD card Bluetooth 2.0 Dual Active SIM/Dual Standby Price: Php2,990 Cherry D50 Inertia 1.3…

Nokia 101 could be cheapest Nokia dual-SIM phone

Relevance: 85%      Posted on: August 25, 2011

We just saw three new handsets from Nokia last night and today two new ones were announced -- the super-cheap Nokia 100 and the dual-SIM Nokia 101. Following the new naming-system, the Nokia 101 could also be the cheapest dual-SIM phone from Nokia with an estimated retail price of under Php1,500. The candybar handset is pretty basic -- 1.8" screen, FM radio, MP3 player and microSD card slot. Like the Nokia C1-00, it's not dual-standby too Correction: It's dual-standby as well.

Nokia outs 207, 208 & 208 Dual-SIM 3G phones

Relevance: 82%      Posted on: July 3, 2013

Nokia has announced its latest addition to its line of budget-friendly phones with 3.5G internet capabilties, the Nokia 207, Nokia 208 and Nokia 208 Dual-SIM. The 207 and the 208 are closely related, both sporting a candybar design with Nokia's signature bold colors. The only differences between them is that the Nokia 208 has a camera and comes in dual-SIM and single SIM options, while the Nokia 207 is single SIM without a camera. These phones also offer internet connection sharing, allowing you to use it as a USB modem alongside a laptop. Nokia 207 and 208 specs: 2.4" QVGA…

Intex Mobile coming in with Dual-SIM phones

Relevance: 81%      Posted on: August 2, 2011

We featured an Intex phone with pico projector here a while ago. They also have a couple of really affordable, entry-level dual-SIM phones coming out. This one is the Intex IN6660 which is a full screen, dual-SIM WiFi phone. It's got a 3.5" capacitive screen, 3MP camera, WiFi 802.11 b/g, Bluetooth, microSD card slot, FM Radio w/ recording and comes with two 1400mAh batteries. The design looks like a Nokia N8, though it feels like because of the plastic body while the UI somewhat resembles the one in the LG Cookie (the unlock slider and off definitely came from iOS).…