Nokia has introduced two new feature phones at the MWC 2013. The Nokia 105 and 301 are priced at Euro 15 and Euro 65 respectively.
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Apart from Lumia 720 and 520 mid-range and budget smartphones, Nokia also announced two new entry-level phones at Mobile World Congress 2013, called the 105 and 301.
Priced at Euro 15 (Rs. 1,072 approx.), the Nokia 105 measures 107 x 44.8 x 14.3 mm and weighs 70 grams (including battery). It has 1.45-inch 65k Colour TFT Display, 8MB ROM, FM radio and 800 mAh battery, which is supposed to deliver up to 12.5 hours of talktime.
The Nokia 105 will start selling in the second quarter of 2013. You can check out the complete specifications of the phone here:
Priced at Euro 65 (Rs. 4,647 approx.), the Nokia 301 will be available in dual-SIM and single-SIM variants. The phone measures 114 x 50 x 12.5 mm and weighs 102g. It has 2.4-inch QVGA TFT colour display, 64MB of RAM, storage expandable up to 32 via microSD card and Bluetooth 3.0. The Nokia 301 is planned to be rolled out in the next quarter. Check out the full specifications of the 301 here.
The new Nokia entry-level phones come shortly after the company announced Asha 310 dual-SIM phone for Asia, the Middle East, Africa and Brazil markets. The phone features dual-SIM, 20MB built-in storage, with a memory card slot letting you expand that up to 32GB, 2MP camera and Bluetooth. Find out more about the Nokia Asha 310 here.
Source: Nokia Conversations