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Microsoft Launched Modified Nokia 105 with Dual SIM Support

Microsoft launched the modified version of the Nokia’s Popular Mobile phone – Nokia 105. This popular device first launched in 2013 and now after accruing Nokia by Microsoft, they are launching it again in 2015 with single SIM and Dual SIM support. The company had made some upgrade to the old model. The phone was Priced at $20, approximately Rs. 1300.

The Nokia 105 runs on Series 30+ up and comes the same 1.4 Inch display with a resolution of 128×128 pixel. The phone will have the alphanumeric keyboard but in a slimmer candybar form factor which is same like the old one. It is provided with the same capacity 800mAh battery, which will deliver up to 15 hours of talk time and up to 35 days of standby time.

The other features includes : can now store up to 2000 contacts and comes preinstalled with games like Snake Xenzia and Bubble Bash 2. In Lumia Conversations blog post, the mentioned that “With an extended phonebook capacity, the new Nokia 105 can store up to 2,000 contacts. No matter how many people and companies you connect with, you’ll always have space to save their contact details and make new connections!,”. It also includes FM Radio.

It is expected to launch the phone in India soon and it will be almost same price that of the old Nokia 105 have which was Rs. 1299.

Features

  • Display : 1.4 Inch
  • Resolution : 128×128 pixels
  • Rear Camera : No
  • Front Camera : No
  • RAM : 4MB
  • OS : Series 30+
  • Battery capacity : 800mAh

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