We all love it when a new smartphone comes out, but it seems like basic Nokia phones are making an appearance soon. Nokia 125 and Nokia 150 are the newly announced feature phones that we’ll all be looking forward to.
HMD spilled out some details: their new phones in the line-up are equipped with 2.4-inch QVGA screens. Its built in simplistic yet elegant polycarbonate designs. Just like the Nokia phones of the past, it promises long-lasting batteries.
Both Nokia 125 and 150 will run using the Series 30+ platform, with the two of them containing identical footprints. They will also feature a dual pack SIM support, a 3.5mm audio port, comes with FM radio and Bluetooth receivers.
The batteries are removable, packed with 1,020 mAh, and charges using a microUSB. The phones can handle 19.4 hours of communication time and over 23 days of standby.
The Nokia 150 boasts an added feature of an MP3 player built-in and will also have a VGA camera that comes with flash. It has a micro SD card slot which can support up to 32GB of additional microSD storage.
The Nokia 125 will come in two variations—white and black—while the Nokia 150 will come in cyan, red, and black models. What’s good about Nokia is its affordable prices. Nokia 125 will be offered as low as USD24 (~Php1,200), and Nokia 150 will be offered at USD29 (~Php1,500).
Source: HMD Global