HMD Global, the company that now owns Nokia, has just brought its latest and cheapest feature phone to the Philippines. If you’re in the market looking a long-lasting spare phone, then this Nokia is worth a look.
The new Nokia 105 (currently in its third generation) has arrived locally for just PhP 850. For less than a thousand pesos, you can own a Nokia in 2017. The device is a feature phone and battles the likes of those basic handsets from local phone brands.
The handset offers excellent value for money that you’d expect from a Nokia phone. The body is made out of high-quality polycarbonate with an island keyboard for swift typing even with one hand. You can also enjoy the pre-loaded Snake Xenzia (the new version of the famous Snake game) on its 1.8-inch display.
Of course, this Nokia wouldn’t be complete without its long-lasting battery life. According to Nokia’s numbers, it can do almost 16 hours of talk time and has a month-long standby time with its 800mAh battery. And yes, it has an LED torch light and FM radio to add to its feature list.
The retail unit for the Philippine market is the dual-SIM variant with just two color options in matte — black and white. We hope that HMD Global will soon bring the more playful blue color.