Nokia has come to terms with the cat lifestyle, the brand, has yet again dived into the mobile market with the unveiling of two new feature phones.
Today, Nokia in collaboration with HMD unveiled two new feature phones, which is coming at a time when mobile brands have been releasing high-end and mid-range smartphones around the world.
The new Nokia 220 4G still bears closely knitted formulation to the original Nokia 220, which was released in 2014.
However, the new device brings a web browser app for all the social media and news, along with some classic games, and it is refreshed in 16 million colours.
Users will also have access to the beloved Snake which comes pre-installed, while Ninja UP! and Tetris are on the try-and-buy program.
The device comes with a dual-sim feature. One of the sim slots comes with a nano + mini capacity. It also spots a camera with an LED flash on the rear and comes with an FM radio.
HMD promises 27-hours of standby, which is carried on by the device’s 1,200 mAh capacity battery, which is charged through a micro USB port.
On the other hand, the Nokia 105, bears physical similarities with its precedent unveiled in 2017, but this does not come with a camera.
However, the big difference is the 4G module on the new device. Also, users can store up to 2,000 contacts and 500 SMS, and of course, it arrives with LED torchlight – you turn it on with a double click of the up button.
The device comes with a dual SIM capability, an 800 mAh removable battery, micro USB port and a 3.5 mm audio jack. The Nokia 105 also comes with an FM Radio, provided you plug in your own headphones. Sold in Blue, Black, or Pink, the phone costs just €13.
Sadly, both new releases are targeted at the EU market and would only work with Europe’s 4G frequency, which is totally different from that of any other country.