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The phone has a look very reminiscent of the Nokia 109. It is quite light weighing a mere 80gms and has a 4.57cm display. Below the display, the device has the traditional keypad. The Nokia 114 comes with Bluetooth 2.1, a 1,080mAh removable battery and Nokia claims 2G talk time of 10.5 hours and 2G standby time of 367 hours. The phone is a Series 40 device. It has a VGA camera as well.
There is no information about the launch date or the price of the phone. As of writing this article, the device isn’t available on online shopping websites either.
Nokia 114 appears on Nokia India site
Recently, Nokia launched dual-SIM Asha 205 and Asha 206 budget phones in India. The Asha 205 has a 2.4-inch screen with a 320 x 240 resolution, 64 MB of built-in storage, and a 0.3 MP camera for images and QCIF video. The phone also has a full-QWERTY keyboard for typing.
The Asha 206 also has a 2.4-inch QVGA screen, and 64MB of built-in storage. It has a 1.3 MP camera and comes with a regular keypad with 3 letters per button layout. Both the phones run on S40. You can read complete details about the Asha 205 and the Asha 206 here.