While the majority of the population now prefers a smartphone as their daily drivers, it’s no secret that there are still a lot of people who prefer the straightforward, less-finicky feature phones.

Which is why HMD Global is still coming up with these “dumb” phones, like the recently announced Nokia 106. And if you’ve been eyeing this device for yourself, or as a gift for someone this Christmas, you can now get it nationwide for only Php890.

The device is available in Nokia shops and kiosks, as well as in multi-branded stores around the Philippines.


Going back, the Nokia 106 features a 1.8-inch QQVGA display that project images in color. It also features an ergonomically curved design that makes it comfortable in the hands.

The device can store 500 texts and 2000 contacts. And of course, it features the redesigned, yet still nostalgic, Snake Xenzia game.

Nokia 106 Specs

  • Dual SIM
  • 1.8-inch QQVGA display
  • MediaTek MTK 6261D processor
  • 4MB RAM
  • Capacity: 500 SMS, 2000 contacts
  • Island keymat
  • Snake Xenzia
  • microUSB
  • Dimensions: 111.15 x 49.5 x 14.4mm
  • Weight: 70.2g
  • Color: Dark Grey
  • 800mAh removable battery
  • 15 hours Talk, 21 days Standby

But if this device is too basic for you, go check out the new Nokia 3310 2017, which has internet connectivity via a mobile network. Also, the iconic Nokia 8810 “Banana Phone”, which now has a more funky color design and 4G connectivity, is available in the philippines for Php3,990.

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