With so many cellphones flooding the market, one is at a loss when it comes to making the right choice.
While some go for looks, others go for the available features -- like camera, Internet connectivity, e-mail and multimedia.
Price is another big factor while determining which phone to buy.
We scope out the low end (read cheap) models available in the market and the features they support.
Note: The phones featured here do not have a camera. Prices may vary from city to city.
Launched in mid 2005, this is one of the most basic phones with a monochrome (black and white) display. This phone has a talking clock and alarm. Though this model looks better than its predecessor (Nokia 1100), it lacks the inbuilt torchlight, which was quite popular among users.
Weighing about 80 grams, the phone is small enough to fit into your pocket. It offers three games and polyphonic ring tones. Nokia 1100's battery will give you about four to five hours of talktime and a long standby time.
Cost: Rs 1,900 (approximately)
Text: Ankur Jain
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