HMD Global has unveiled two new feature phones to its lineup name as Nokia 125 and Nokia 150. phones are currently available only in select markets. India’s availability has not yet been announced. both phones are feature 2.4” QVGA screens, simple clean polycarbonate designs and promise long-lasting batteries.
both phones have identical footprints and run on the Series 30 platform and pack dual SIM support, 3.5mm headphone jacks, Bluetooth with FM radio receivers. The two phones come with a removable 1,020 mAh battery that can be recharged via Micro USB. Nokia promises 19.4 hours of talk time and 23 days or more of standby for both models.
The Nokia 150 color options include red, cyan, and black. which price at $29 it about to Rs 2,200, Nokia also includes an in-built Mp3 player, VGA camera with flash.
Nokia 150 also provides the micro SD card slot that supports up to 32GB of expandable storage. it runs on Series 30+ software and It also has a physical keypad and dual-SIM support
In terms of the Nokia 125, it is available at a lower price of $25 ( about to Rs 1,900 in India). phones available in ‘Charcoal Black’ and ‘Powder White’ color options.
The Nokia 125 also features a 2.4-inch QVGA color display, Series 30, and 4MB of internal storage. It also comes with 4MB RAM, VGA rear camera, flash, and the same 1,020mAh battery. Connectivity options are similar for Nokia 125, which offers FM radio. The Nokia 125 can store up to 2,000 contacts and up to 500 SMS