We’re now living in an era of smartphones. Despite that, it looks like HMD Global will not stop releasing feature phones soon as there’s still business to make from it.

In fact, Counterpoint Research said that only 2.8 million of the 15.5 million Nokia phones that shipped last year are smartphones; the rest are feature phones. Hence, they’re releasing newer models, like the new Nokia 110 4G and 105 4G.


Both models are for those who want a small, compact, hassle-free, and straightforward device with a touch of modernity for the current communication standards.

The duo has 1.8-inch colored screens with large icons and “Readout assist” for easy use — features poised for the elderly. They also have an LED flashlight and a 1,020mAh battery that can do up to 16 hours of voice calls.

Nokia 110 4G | Nokia 105 4G

Despite the old-school appeal, both models have 4G bands for HD voice calls over VoLTE.

Both models also support up to 32GB microSD card for MP3 music playback, FM radio, and charges via a micro USB cable. The only key difference here is that the Nokia 110 4G has a camera in the back and a standard 3.5mm headphone jack, which the Nokia 105 4G lacks.


Both variants come in clean, matte, and colorful options. The 110 4G comes in Yellow, Black, and Aqua (Teal), while the 105 4G comes in Blue, Red, and Black.

The official prices for the Nokia 110 4G and Nokia 105 4G are yet to be announced.

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  1. The Nokia 110 4G in the US does not support SMS in Arabic as well as most of the other languages, so for example if you buy the phone in the US and you have family in Morocco/China/Serbia/etc.. you will not be able to see the text of sms that they send you. Nokia made a major mistake that seems like a bug.