HMD Global Launches Nokia 106 Feature Phone

HMD Global has launched a new Nokia feature phone, the Nokia 106. The new feature phone of Nokia has several updates in terms of design and its specs. The phone is built out of polycarbonate with a more ergonomic design than its predecessor. The Nokia 106 offers a long battery life, tough build, and comes with a classic Snake Xenzia game.

Nokia 106 Feature Phone Launched

HMD Global is taking us back to the good old days through its new feature phone that sports classic offerings. Just like a basic phone, the Nokia 106 won’t allow you to connect to the internet. The main role of feature phone is to deliver basic communications such as text and calls.

Nokia feature phones are known for their long-lasting battery life. The key highlight of the Nokia 106 as highlighted by the company is its long battery life. The company promises 21 days of standby time and 15 hours of talk time with the phone.

Housed in a retro design, the Nokia 106 feature a 1.8-inch QQVGA display. The feature phone sports physical keys, as well. Under the hood, the device is powered by MediaTek’s 6261D processor, coupled with 4MB of RAM and 4MB of internal storage. It has also 800mAh removable battery to keep the device running.

For its connectivity features, the device sports GSM 900 frequency and a microUSB port. The Nokia 106 will be available from starting next week for a global average retail price of USD 18 or roughly at Php948.

Nokia 106 Specs: 
  • 1.8 QQVGA display 
  • MTK 6261D CPU 
  • 4MB RAM 
  • 4MB storage 
  • GSM 900/1800(EU) 
  • microUSB 
  • 800mAh removable battery 
  • 111.15 x 49.5 x 14.4 mm 
  • 70.2 g 
  • Dark Gre
  • Price: USD 18 (~Php950)

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