The Nokia 125 and 150 are the Finnish smartphone manufacturer’s latest additions to its now-growing feature phone portfolio.
Both compact, features phones share the same elongated design, which makes space for their spacious 2.4-inch screens and bigger keys.
Dubbed as the most affordable feature phone with a 2.4-inch QVGA display, the Nokia 125 uses the already established Series 30+ feature phone OS. Its screen, on the other hand, employs a TFT panel with 65K colors and 4:3 ratio and 167 ppi.
The 2020 version of the phone also features a neat, polycarbonate design. The back of the phone is also home to an LED flashlight, which should be extremely useful in the dark.
The rest of the specifications of the handset include 4MB of RAM, 4MB of expandable storage, 1,020mAh battery capacity, dedicated FM radio, 3.5mm headphone jack, and support for 2G network bands. Other key features include Bluetooth and Dual-SIM support. The device is also said to be launching with a Single SIM variant.
The Nokia 125 retails in two color variants – Charcoal Black and Powder White. The phone, which is priced at USD 24, is set to become available in select markets.
The Nokia 150 comes with features that set it apart from the Nokia 125. At the helm of this list is the bonus of a built-in MP3 player, VGA camera with flash, alongside a micro SD card slot that supports up to 32GB of extra storage.
The phone is also equipped with a 1,020mAh battery. According to Nokia, the phone should provide 19.4 hours of talk time, plus over 23 days of standby.
Though the Nokia 150 also comes with a 2.4-inch display, the feature phone offers a keyboard with a different design. The device also runs Nokia’s Series 30+ OS. Additionally, it features an MTK CPU, 4MB RAM, and 4MB of expandable storage.
The phone also sports a wireless FM radio, plus Bluetooth 3.0 and Dual-SIM support. The handset, which charges via a Micro USB port, also boasts a 3.5mm headphone jack.
The new Nokia 150 comes in three color paint jobs – Red, Cyan, and Black. Like the Nokia 125, the phone is also slated to become available in select markets with a retail price of USD 29.
Meanwhile, HMD Global is yet to reveal the official launch date for both the Nokia 125 and 150.
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