nokia 105 phone costs 15 euro and lasts 35 days on a single charge nokia 105 phone costs 15 euro and lasts 35 days on a single charge
feb 26, 2013

nokia 105 phone costs 15 euro and lasts 35 days on a single charge

nokia 105: the 15 euro phone that lasts 35 days on a single charge

 

 

presented at the 2013 mobile world congress in barcelona, nokia has unveiled the ‘nokia 105’, its most affordable phone to date – costing only 15 euros in the marketplace. introduced as an ideal device for first-time phone buyers, it incorporates a bright color screen with clear menus and essential features like an FM radio, multiple alarm clocks, a dust and splash-proof pillowed keypad and flashlight. lasting up to 35-days on a single charge, the phone also makes a great substitute for users seeking a back-up device.

 

 

3/4 front view screen and pillow-pad button detail

 

 

costing only 15 euros, the phone comes equipped with a color screen and FM radio

 

 

black and cyan color variation

  • “substitute back-up device”?

    Its not that dissimilar from the phone I use now, only more expensive and marginally more Dieter Rams-esque. I get that while my wife gets an iPhone – there is no justice in this world!

    douglas says:
  • Now that’s a smart phone!

    all smarted out says:
  • How refreshing. I am glued to my iPhone but I can see the value in a simple, dependable and Cheap device.

    Ron Smith says:

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