Two Affordable Nokia 150 Feature Phones Announced

Finnish company HMD has announced two affordable Nokia phones dubbed Nokia 150 and Nokia 150 Dual in Finland. The announcement comes weeks after HMD Global hopped in as a manufacturer of Nokia-branded phones. The company, in a statement, has ensured to strengthen its feature phones portfolio further with the likes of Nokia 105, Nokia 2016, and Nokia 230.
nokia-150Nokia 150 along with its Dual-SIM counterpart flaunts a polycarbonate design. It runs on Nokia Series 30+ software platform and sports a 2.4-inch QVGA (320 x 240 pixel) screen. The device including its battery weighs 81g and comes with the standard set of connectivity options like microSUB, AV connector, and Bluetooth 3.0 with SLAM.

SLAM is Nokia’s proprietary technology that enables real-time sharing of pictures and videos with nearby people. In terms of the camera, one gets a VGA camera with LED flash. The limited internal memory also supports further storage expansion up to 32GB using a microSD card support. It also offers a LED torchlight on the top.

For the entertainment purpose, Nokia also packs in FM radio, MP3 and video player built-in in these feature phones. They also come preloaded with Classic Snake Xenzia game in addition to a try and buy offer for Gameloft’s Nitro Racing. Under the hood, there is a 1020mAh BL-5C battery which is claimed to deliver up to 22 hours talk time.

Available in Black and White colour options, Nokia 150 and Nokia 150 Dual are priced at $26 USD excluding local taxes and subsidies. The phones will start rolling out globally starting select markets like APAC, IMEA, and Europe in Q1 2017.

Key specifications of the Nokia 150

Display 2.4-inch QVGA
Operating System Nokia Series 30+
Camera VGA (LED Flash)
Memory Expansion Up To 32GB Via microSD
Battery 1020mAh
Tanmay Patange

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