Besides releasing Android smartphones, for 2.5 years the age of HMD Global, the company has also revived the legendary Nokia mobile phones. This time, the company announced the two simple and low-cost handsets: Nokia 220 4G and Nokia 105.
Nokia 220 4G
Still carrying the original Nokia 220 formula released in 2014, Nokia 220 4G brings web browser apps to all social media and news. Along with several classic games, which are refreshed in 16 million colors.
This polycarbonate handset Nokia 220 4G can hold two SIM cards (nano + mini), has a camera with an LED flash on the back and carries an FM radio. The battery has a capacity of 1,200 mAh and is charged via a micro USB port.
HMD promises the standby time is can up to 27 days and talk time is up to 6 hours. It costs €39 and is available in Mint Blue or Black.
At first glance, there is no difference between the Nokia 105 2019 version and the 2017 output. The design is still the same, but now, the handsets are sold at low-cost prices.
The Nokia 105 can store up to 2,000 contacts and 500 SMS, and is accompanied by an LED flashlight. Just double-click the volume up button, and the user has turned on the flashlight.
The full specifications include dual SIM capabilities, a removable 800 mAh battery, a micro USB port and a 3.5 mm audio jack. Yes, the Nokia 105 (2019) is also equipped with FM Radio.
This Nokia 105 is sold in Blue, Black, or Pink, at a price of only €13.
Until now, there is no info about whether the two phones above will be sold in Indonesia. But, both the Nokia 105 and Nokia 220 4G are targeted to be sold on the European market. Nokia 220 4G is only compatible with 4G bands that are prevalent in Europe.