Nokia 110 4G with Dual SIM and HD Calling launched in India: Price, Specifications

Nokia 110 4G with Dual SIM and HD Calling launched in India: Price, Specifications

Nokia 110 4G has dual SIM support and expandable storage.

Zoomed menu feature magnified screen content for easy readability.

Readout feature can read aloud the text on the display.

Nokia 110 4G, which was globally presented last month, has now been launched in India. It’s a dual SIM phone that has 4G VoLTE support and is thus capable of making HD calls. It comes in three peppy colours – Charcoal, Aqua, and Yellow. 

Nokia 110 4G Price and Availability 

Nokia 110 4G retails in India for INR 2,799 and will be available on Amazon and starting from July 24. 

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Nokia 110 4G Features and specifications 

Nokia 110 4G measures 121 x 50 x 14.5 mm.and weighs 84.5 grams. It’s powered by Unisoc T107 chip paired with 128MB RAM and 48MB storage. Users will have the option to add up to 32GB of secondary microSD card storage. 

The software is Series 30+ operating system. The handset has a 1.8-inch QVGA (120 X 160 pixels) colour display and has a ‘zoomed menu’ feature that magnifies the screen content for better readability. There is also a Readout feature that can read aloud the text on the display. 

Other highlights include a built-in 0.8MP QVGA camera, torch, MP3 player, classic games, internet access, wireless and wired FM radio, and video player. The phone also comes preloaded with English with Oxford app that helps users learn English phrases and improve their vocabulary. 

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The Nokia 110 4G has a removable 1020mAh battery and accepts charging via a micro USB port. The charger and micro USB cable are bundled in the box.  HMD Global claims that the phone will last for up to 13 days of standby time, 16 hours of music playback, and 5 hours of 4G talk time. 

Feature phones remain immensely popular in India. In fact, the country emerged as the biggest feature phone market in Q4 2020. Nokia currently doesn’t hold the biggest piece of the feature phone market pie as it used to in its days of yore, but trails behind Itel and Samsung

Deepak Singh

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