MWC: Nokia starts unveiling – Nokia 105 announced
Not everything at the Mobile World Congress will be for maniacs and people who want to spend thousands on a phone. Nokia unveiled a phone that may become the cheapest one at the Congress, as it is the cheapest so far – Nokia 105. It targets the developing markets of countries where people have restricted budget for phones and where a great part of those 2.7 billion people who doesn’t have phones live.
Before we tell you what you get with the phone, the starting price will be 15 Euro! It will be first released in countries like China, India, Egypt, Russia, Nigeria, Vietnam, Indonesia, as well as in other African and Middle East markets. It will come to Europe one day, too.
This is the cheapest cyan phone possible. Probably some of you thought that there are no more unveilings of phones that cost so little, but it seems Nokia is thinking for all the customers. The phone is perfect for those who need a back-up device or something low-cost. It features: screen with bright colour and clear menus, as well as things that everyone needs – a lot of alarm clocks, speaking clock, FM radio, pillowed keypad etc. The phone is splash and dust-proof and the battery life is up to 35 days.
So, if you need something with the above mentioned qualities, have in mind that Nokia 105 is coming in Q1 this year and will cost you almost nothing!
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