101 has a 128 X 160 pixel supported screen display and is just a 1.8 inch in size. It is a TFT with 65 k color support. Motorola EX109 meanwhile has a 176 X 220 pixel support. It's a TFT too with 262144 color support. Nokia 101 can store up to a 500 entries in the phone book .In addition the storage can be expanded up to a 16 GB with an external microSD. EX109 has an on the board storage of 50 MB and offers a memory expandability with a microSD card/ TransFlash.
101 doesn't come with a camera and it's not supposed to either. EX109 at the same time gives the user a 2.0 Mega Pixel camera supporting a resolution of 1600X1200 pixels. This one offers Bluetooth connectivity too. Set along side is a USB port synchronizing the device with other external hardware. While it's disappointing in Nokia 101 with the new mobile handset lacking even a GPRS let alone connectivity. But it's a relief to know that the handset is a dual SIM compatible. The gallery has a FM radio and an MP3 player, with limited playback options though. EX109 has a GPRS combined with EDGE technology. Browsing is thus possible with the phone. The new mobile handset has a FM radio and a standard 3.5mm audio jack. Fortunately, the phone offers a media player too. With this the stored music and video files can be played. The sound is not that good with the inbuilt speakers but is pretty good when heard with head sets.
Now both the manufacturers haven't compromised on the power management of the handsets. The power unit of both the handsets is pretty good with the batteries offering a long life and increased talk time and standby hours.
It's a Rs. 3590 for Motorola EX109 while the price for Nokia 101 is still unknown.