Both the new Nokia 105 and Nokia 130 are an upgrade of their previous models.
(CCM) — Nokia has launched two new feature phones — Nokia 105 (2017) and Nokia 130. The Finnish company that is now managed by HMD Global touts that the “all new Nokia 105,” is a modern version of the four-year-old feature phone.
The Nokia 105 (2017) is an upgrade of its former model and features a larger 1.8-inch display. The previous Nokia 105 phones came with 1.45-inch and 1.4-inch displays. The latest Nokia 105 (2017) comes with 4 MB RAM and 4 MB internal storage. It is backed by a removable 800mAh battery, which is claimed by the company to deliver up to 15 hours of talk time. Other than average mobile phone features, the new Nokia 105 (2017) comes with FM Radio, a 3.5mm audio jack, and a micro-USB 2.0 port.
On the software front, the Nokia 105 (2017) runs Nokia's Series 30+ OS, which also features the popular Snake Xenzia game. The phone will be available in single or dual-SIM variants, says HMD Global. Regarding connectivity, the phone supports GSM bands 900/1800 in Europe and 850/1900 in the US. It will cost $14.50 for the single SIM variant and $15 for the dual-SIM variant.
In addition to the Nokia 105, HMD Global also unveiled the Nokia 130. It features a 1.8-inch display with 128x160 pixels resolution and 4 MB RAM. There is 8 MB of internal storage, which can be further expanded up to 32 GB via a microSD card. It also comes with FM Radio, a 3.5mm audio jack, and a micro-USB 2.0 port. A 1020mAh battery backs the phone, which is touted to offer up to 44 hours of backup on a single charge. The device also comes preloaded with five Gameloft games, including Snake Xenzia. For connectivity, it supports 900/1800 (EU) GSM network bands.
The Nokia 130 costs $21.50 and will be available in Black, Gray, and Red color variants.
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