Nokia has launched its most affordable entry-level phone 105 in the Indian market. The phone was earlier showcased by the company at the MWC this year, and was previously reported to get released in this month for Rs 1,249. Also, Nokia says to have marked an end to its black and white screen phones with the introduction of Nokia 105 which features a battery that, according to company’s claims, lasts for 35 days on standby mode. Also Read - Sony PlayStation 5 games launching in Aug, Sept that we are excited to play
On the features front, the Nokia 105 carries a 1.4-inch LCD Transmissive display, measure 107X44.8X14.3 mm in dimensions and weighs merely 70 grams. It has a 384KB of RAM and an 8MB of mass memory, and runs on an 800mAh battery that gives 842 hours or up to 35 days of standby time and up to 12.5 hours of talk time. The phone also carries a flashlight, an FM radio, multiple alarm clocks and a speaking clock, apart from basic games like Snakes.
With the entry-level phone, Nokia is targeting at the first time mobile buyers and is offering them a very low cost phone with colored screen. “The Nokia 105 marks the end of black & white screen era in the Indian handset market. Our most affordable device – the Nokia 105, with some of the best category features, is the ideal handset for first time buyers to enjoy the benefits and experiences of mobility,” said Viral Oza, marketing director, Nokia India.