Jul 18, 2017 07:13 AM EDT
HMD Global has released the Nokia 105 and Nokia 130, which are entry level smartphone. Both the Nokia phones have been launched at the time when Reliance JIO is rumored to launch INR 500 4G VoLET phone. Nokia 105 and Nokia 130 features phones have upgraded designs and run on Nokia S30+ platform.
The all-new Nokia 105 looks similar to the Nokia 3310. The entry level phone comes with a 1.8-inch color display, 4MB of RAM and 4MB ROM. Nokia 105 has 800mAh battery, which promises to deliver 15 hours of talk time. The Nokia 105 preloaded with Doodle Jump and Crossy Road games and also features an in-built FM Radio and charges using a standard Micro USB cable (USB 2.0).
The device also has FM Radio, headphone jack, and micro USB 2.0 ports. It runs Nokia S30+ platform and comes preloaded with games like Snake Xenzia. Nokia 105 is having Blue, Black, and White. For the pricing, the single SIM variant costs $14.5 while the dual-SIM $15. In India, Nokia 105 costs INR.999 for the single-SIM variant and INR.1, 149, as reported by GSM Arena.
Other newly launched phone Nokia 130 is a remake of the original Nokia 130, which made its debut way back in 2014. The phone sports a 1.8-inch display with a resolution of 128 x 160 pixels, 4MB of RAM and 4GB of ROM. The internal storage of the device can be expanded through a microSD card slot (up to 32GB), as noted by Indian Express.
Powering the Nokia 130 is a 1020mAh battery that according to the company can last up to 44 hours of FM radio playback time. It also boasts Bluetooth connectivity and a camera on the rear side. Similar to the Nokia 105, this phone also runs on Nokia S60+ platform. This phone has the preloaded games like Snake Xenzia and five try-and-buy Gameloft games. The dimensions of this phone are 111.5x48.4x14.2mm. Internationally, Nokia 130 is priced at $21.50 (which is approx Rs 1384) and will be available in Black, Grey, and Red.
2. Jan 19, 2019
Scientists find increase in asteroid impacts on ancient Earth by studying the moon
3. Jan 18, 2019
Unraveling of 58-year-old corn gene mystery may have plant-breeding implications
1. Jan 14, 2019
2. Jan 16, 2019
Scientists identify two new species of fungi in retreating Arctic glacier
3. Jan 14, 2019
Gut microbes from healthy infants block milk allergy development in mice
4. Jan 14, 2019
New immune system understanding may lead to safer nanomedicines