The Finnish company has announced two new “fool” phones, the Nokia 105 and Nokia 130, very simple models that are ideal for users who only need the basic features of a mobile or want to use it as a second terminal for its autonomy.
The Nokia 105 has a design that reminds us in part of the new Nokia 3310. It is finished in polycarbonate, has a 1.8-inch color screen and an 800 mAh battery that promises up to 15 hours of talk time or a month in standby mode.
Nokia 105 has FM radio, 4 MB of storage capacity, uses the Nokia S30 + platform and connects in 2G networks. Its price is $ 14.50 in the single SIM version and the $ 15 variant with dual SIM.
The Nokia 130 is also based on the Nokia S30 + platform and has a 1.8-inch color screen. It is built in polycarbonate, has 8 MB of storage capacity expandable to 32 GB using microSD, has FM radio and plays MP3.
Its battery is 1,020 mAh, integrates Bluetooth and has a rear camera and LED light on the top that can be used as a flashlight. It will cost $ 21.5.
As we can see are similar models although the first is closer to what is a traditional mobile phone and the second goes a little further in the way of the smartphone, although obviously does not reach the level of those.
We have no details on the date of departure of these two terminals, although we imagine they should be available before the end of the summer.