Expanding its feature phone portfolio, Nokia has launched two new low cost mobile phones–Nokia 106 and Nokia 107. Both the handsets are powered by Series 30 operating system.
On the specifications front, Nokia 107 feature 1.8-inch display with 128×160 pixels resolution and takes power from a 1020 mAh battery that can deliver up to 12.7 hours of talk time and around 835 hours of standby time. It supports dual-SIM (GSM+GSM) with dual SIM standby fort connectivity with support for micro SIMs. Besides, it has additional features like MP3 player, 16 GB of expandable memory, and 3.5mm audio jack connectivity.
On the other hand, Nokia 106 comes with single-SIM support and has 1.8-inch display similar to Nokia 107. It includes FM Radio and 800 mAh battery that can deliver up to around 10 hours of talk time and 840 hours of standby time. The device uses Micro-SIM.
According to the company, both the phones will go on sale in coming months in India, however the exact availability date is still a mystery. Although the company has not revealed the pricing of either devices yet, but considering the features Nokia 106 is expected to cost approximately 1,500 while the Nokia 107 may be priced around 2,000.