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Classic Nokia, through and through

BARCELONA, Spain--What typifies a Nokia cell phone? Great call quality, strong industrial design, and battery life that goes forever. The new Nokia 301 promises all three, in a fresh range of bold colors. Read editors' take
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Navigation

You'll be able to navigate the 2.4-inch QVGA display (a 320X240 pixel resolution) using the directional pad and soft keys. Read editors' take
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Back view

On the back, a wide-angle 3.2-megapixel camera has a few tricks, including panorama and burst modes, and voice dictation software that tells you which direction to move to capture your self-portrait. Read editors' take
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Side view

You'll have an option to go single-SIM or dual-SIM with the 301. Read editors' take
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Top view

A Micro-USB charging port and headset jack await. Read editors' take
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Width

One the thicker side, the 301 appears relatively durable. Read editors' take
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