Nokia 220 4G LTE and Nokia 105 Feature Phones Launched

HMD Global has launched two new phones that feature long-lasting batteries and durable build. Dubbed Nokia 220 4G and the new Nokia 105. The entry-level phones provide 4G and 2G connectivity to users in global markets.

Nokia 220 4G offers HD voice calls over 4G LTE and allows users to surf the net. It is an entry level smartphone that comes with a Feature OS (not KaiOS), 2.4-inch TFT display screen, 24MB internal storage, 16MB RAM, a dual-SIM slot, Bluetooth 4.2, and a 1200mAh removable battery.

Nokia 220 4G

On standby, the battery can last up to 27 days according to HMD Global.

Nokia 105 on the other hand, is also a feature phone  and it comes with 1.77-inch QQVGA colour screen, LED torch lights, inbuilt FM Radio, charges using a standard Micro USB cable (USB 2.0) and comes in a range of colors.

Highlight spec of Nokia 220 4G Feature Phone

Display: 2.4-inch QQVGA Color Display

OS: Feature OS

RAM: 16MB RAM, 24MB Storage

Camera: VGA camera with LED flash

3.5mm audio jack, Wireless FM Radio, MP3 player

Dimensions: 121.3 x 52.9 x 13.4mm; Weight: 86.5grams

GSM/GPRS 900/1800 (EU); LTE1 Cat-1, 10Mbps DL / 5Mbps UL; 4G with 2G fall back (No 3G)

Bluetooth 4.2,micro USB

Battery: 1200mAh battery with up to 6.3 hours talk time and up to 27 days standby

Nokia 105 Feature Phone Specification

Display: 1.77-inch (160×120 pixels) QQVGA Color Display

OS: Nokia Series 30+ software platform

RAM: 4MB RAM + 4MB ROM

Networks: GSM 900/1800 (EU); 850/1900 (US)

FM Radio, Torchlight

SIM: Single / Dual SIM (Mini-SIM)

Dimensions: 119 x 49.2 x 14.4mm; Weight: 74.04g

Connectivity: Micro-USB 2.0 Charger Connector, 3.5 mm AV Connector

Battery: 800mAh battery with up to 14.4 hours talks time and 25.8 days standby

Pricing

Nokia 220 4G goes for $43.50

Nokia 105 goes for $15

It looks so good having a feature phone with 4G network.

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8 thoughts on “Nokia 220 4G LTE and Nokia 105 Feature Phones Launched”

  1. I dont know why Nokia find it so hard to let 3310 brand go
    they keep on refining and re-branding 3310 in so many ways
    Prof abeg help me tell them to let 3310 rest in the grave joor

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