At the Nokia G21 launch event for India, HMD Global also announced a few feature phones. These handsets are officially called Nokia 105 and Nokia 105 Plus. The former is the 4th-gen Nokia 105, and the latter is the first plus model 7 in the series
The Nokia 105 and Nokia 105 Plus are priced at ₹ 1,299 ($ 17) and ₹ 1,399 ($ 18), respectively. Both come in charcoal and an exclusive color option. For the former, the unique color is blue, and for the latter, it is red. These will soon be available for purchase at retail outlets, Nokia.com or ecommerce platforms.
For আরও 100 more, the Plus variant has a MicroSD card slot (32GB). Thanks to this, it comes with features like an MP3 player and auto-call recording. In addition to the differences mentioned above, the two are identical to each other. They come with a polycarbonate body, a T9 keypad and a small LCD screen.
The phones can store up to 2000 contacts and 500 text messages (SMS). They sport a built-in LED torch and support wireless FM radio as well as classic games.
Talking about endurance, HMD Global claims 18-day standby time and up to 12 hours of talk time. They are rated to charge fully in 1.5 hours. Last but not least, the Nokia 105 and the Nokia 105 Plus come with a 1-year replacement guarantee.
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