HMD Global towards the end of the last month announced the Nokia 220 4G and Nokia 105 (2019) feature phones and today one of them, the Nokia 105 (2019) has made its debut in India. The phone which is meant for the first time mobile users comes with a long-lasting battery, color screen display and keymat dial pad.
The Nokia 105 (2019) is the successor to the Nokia 105 (2017) and in the fourth generation after launching in 2013 for the first time.
The phone is priced at INR1,199 and available to purchase from today itself on the Nokia online store as well as all top retail outlets across the country. The feature phone is offered in three color options such as Black, Pink, and Blue.
The Nokia 105 (2019) comes in Polycarbonate body with contoured design for better grip into the hands. Also, the island-style keymat keypad has separate keys to make the typing easier.
The device features a 1.77-inch QQVGA 120x160p colorful screen and runs on Nokia Series 30+ operating system packing 4MB RAM. The Nokia 105 (2019) is capable of storing up to 2,000 contacts and up to 500 SMS.
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Just as the Nokia feature phones from yesteryears are known for their robust battery life, the latest Nokia 105 makes use of an 800mAh removable battery. As per the company, the battery can last from “sunset to sunrise”, allowing users 14.4 hours of talk time and up to 25.8 days of standby time.
The mobile phone supports dual SIMs, 2G connectivity, a micro USB 1.1 port, and a 3.5mm headphone jack, FM radio, and torchlight. The torchlight can be switched on or off by simply twice pressing the up key.
The phone weighs 74.04 grams and measures 119×49.2×14.4mm in dimension. Amongst the games, one can play are Snake, Sky Gift, Airstrike, Tetris, Nitro Racing, Ninja UP, and Danger Dash.
Juho Sarvikas, Chief Product Officer, HMD Global, said in a statement, “The Nokia 105 has sold in tens of millions across the globe proving its popularity and timeless quality as a legendary phone. This is the fourth generation in a line of feature phones designed for those who want to embrace mobility. We wanted to build on the winning formula of one of our most popular feature phones globally and bring the same quality and even better functionality, with a focus on first-time mobile users. We’ve used a familiar design, with modern contours and we’ve packed the phone with a long-lasting battery, so you can be on a call for hours at a time.”