Barely two weeks after it was announced as the new home of Nokia branded phones, HMD Global Oy has launched its first Nokia phones. The devices are dubbed Nokia 150 and Nokia 150 Dual SIM and are both feature phones with a reasonable $26 price tag.
The Nokia 150 phone and its siblings comes with a design that is trademark Nokia, looking similar to previous Nokia devices. They are also durable in addition to their being affordable. The Nokia 150 features a 2.4-inch display and packs features such as built-in FM radio, MP3 player and games, including the popular Snake Xenzia game. The phone also features a camera with LED flash as well as Bluetooth connectivity.
To ensure users can stay connected for longer, the phones have outstanding battery life, with talk time lasting up to 22 hours, and standby times of up to 31 days for the Single SIM and 25 days for the Dual SIM variant. The phones charge with a standard micro-USB charger and come with a LED torchlight.
Both feature phones come in black and white with a price tag starting at $26 USD. The phones will become available globally in select markets – rolling out first in Asia Pacific, India, Middle East, Africa and Europe in Q1 2017.