Market Status: Available in India
Release Date: 2013-04-10
Updated on:Sep 19, 2014
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The least expensive mobile phone in the World
The Nokia 105 is a QWERTY Java mobile handset. It has an 1.45 inch TFT Display with 128x128 pixels resolution. The device has 8MB internal memory that is not expandable as there is now SD card slot.
It also has a flashlight on the rear side.
The connectivity options in this device include2G connectivity and a Mini SIM slot. It is powered by an 800 mAh battery which will offer talk time up to 12 hours and 30 minutes and standby time of up to 35 days.
The Nokia 105 is the least expensive mobile phone available in the world. It has very basic features that were seen on Nokia devices when the first mobile phones came to the market. Although the device offers 2G connectivity options, it is suitable for users who just want a mobile handset to make phone calls. The device has a dust proof and splash proof display making it quite sturdy.
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Overall Expert Rating (3 Out of 5 based on 1 ratings)
A glance up at the picture above and with the word "Lumia" missing from this device`s name you may think we`ve travelled back in time, but oh no the Nokia 105 is very much part of the here and now. While smartphones having been ruling in the roost in places such as Europe and the States, feature phones still play massive part in the mobile phone ecosystem in developing countries where demand for low cost, basic handsets is high. The 105 takes ove...
Pros: super cheap, mammoth battery life, flashlight,
Cons: no camera, no browser, tiny screen,
Verdict: The Nokia 105 is a funny proposition for the European market as people won`t be buying it as their main device and possibly not even as their second handset. It`s capable of taking some knocks and the battery lasts a month, but it feels awfully old-f...
No fancy operating system, no camera, no apps -- Nokia`s back-to-basics feature phone looks like it has nothing of interest. Except perhaps the price -- it`s available SIM-free for as little as Â£15. Full review...
Nokia might have lost ground in the high-end smartphone market to Samsung and Apple, but it still has a huge share of the featurephone market and the Nokia 105 looks to increase this further. Announced at MWC the 105's candybar design is unmistakably Nokia, available in black or blue with a dust and splashproof numerical keyboard, four-way controller and 1.45-inch colour screen. Who remembers playing Snake in the 2000’s? Well the Nokia 105 ...
Running via the Series 30 operating system, the Nokia 105 is a basic phone modeling a 1.4-inch LCD display with 128 x 128 pixel native resolution and an 800 mAh battery. Additional features include 8KB internal storage and an FM radio....