While the whole world is going crazy for Nokia’s upcoming flagship(probably Nokia 8), the company, though, has silently bolstered their feature phone lineup with two new addition. Dubbed as the Nokia 105 and 130, both phones support single or dual SIM slot, while being preloaded with Snake Xenzia game.
The Nokia 105 runs on Nokia S30+ platform and comes with a 1.8-inch display. The phone drags the power from an 800mAh battery with a claim of 15 hours of ridiculous talk time and a month of standby.
Connectivity wise, there’s an FM-Radio support, whilst the phone runs on the 2G network only. In case you’re wondering, there’s no camera on the phone, thus being priced at $14.5, whereas the dual-SIM variant will cost $15.
The second from the list, Nokia 130 is superior to its counterpart, though it borrows a similar 1.8-inch display. Surprisingly, the phone comes with 8MB of storage, which can be further expanded through microSD card up to 32GB. On the back, there’s a camera(probably VGA) capable of capturing videos, whereas the Bluetooth support makes the deal a bit sweeter. The phone packs a bigger 1,020mAh battery with a video playback time of 11.5 hours and FM-Radio playback time of 44.5 hours. Both phones do come with a LED flashlight on top.
The phone packs a bigger 1,020mAh battery with a video playback time of 11.5hours and FM-Radio playback time of 44.5 hours. The Nokia 130 will cost $21.5, though we are unknown about its availability outside the US.