HMD Global has launched its two new features phone in India – The Nokia 105 and Nokia 130 (2017). The Nokia 105 (2017) is priced at Rs. 999 for the single-SIM variant and Rs.1,149 for the dual-SIM. The Nokia 105 will be available for sale on offline stores from July 19 onwards.
The Nokia 130 also be available very soon for purchase, price and availability date hasn’t been announced yet. We will update you here as soon we know the official details.
The HMD Global claims that this is the first features phone from Nokia under Rs. 1000.
Nokia 105 Specifications
Just like the Nokia 3310 (2017), the Nokia 105 (2017) has also got a fresh new design. The phone features a 1.8-inch QVGA colored display and curved polycarbonate body with an island keypad.
On the top, it has a micro-USB port and a 3.5mm headphone jack. The phone weighs 73 grams, and its dimensions are 112 x 49.5 x14.4 mm packed with 800mAh removable battery; offers talk time up to 15 hours. The storage capacity is supposed to store up to 500 text messages and up to 2,000 contacts.It also has FM Radio.
Further, the phone has come with preloaded games like the Snake Xenzia, Doodle Jump and Crossy Road that are trial versions and can be purchased. The phone runs on the Series 30+ software platform.
Nokia 130 Specifications
The Nokia 130 also has a 1.8-inch QVGA colored display and curved polycarbonate body with an island keypad also runs on the Series 30+ software platform. It is a media-centric feature phone comes with VGA Camera, an MP3 player, and Bluetooth connectivity.
The phone is powered by 1020mAh battery offers up to 44 hours music playback, 11.5 hours of video playback. It also supports the microSD card up to 32Gb. Both feature phones will be available in single and dual-SIM variants. Both the feature phones also have a LED torch light feature.
To recall, the Nokia 3310 was launched earlier this year. While announcing the release of the Nokia 105 and Nokia 130, Arto Nummela, CEO, HMD Global said, “With more than 4 billion people remaining offline and unable to benefit from the social and economic development opportunities of the internet, simply getting connected by voice and text is still such an important step for many people around the world.’’