Nokia is now focusing back on the low cost mobile phone market segment for their “Connecting Next Billion to Internet” strategy, and as a result we now have the Nokia 109 in between us, and yes, you read that right, it is the cheapest S40 till date.
The Nokia 109 is a small yet powerful handset. Its for those people who want easy-to-use internet capable phone on a very easily affordable price, with the traditional keyboard.
Loaded with the Nokia Xpress Browser, it surfs and load web pages faster than any other browser in its category and saves upto 90% data consumption so that the browsing with your GPRS plan go on and on. Setting new status on social networks is just a tap away as the Facebook and Twitter apps are right on the homescreen to access, and the Ebuddy messenger (downloadable from Nokia Store for free) makes chatting on Facebook, Gmail, etc alot easier.
With the Nokia 109 you can also store 1000s of songs, videos and
pictures, with space for up to 32GB
of micro SD storage, and play all the music & videos on its super-loud speaker. It also gives a brilliant battery life with upto 33 hrs of standby and 7.8 h of talktime.
Nokia Store is always filled up with cool games and apps both free and paid, which can be downloaded on the Nokia 109 any time for solving out time-pass problems.
1. 1.8 inch, 160×128, LCD screen
2. BL-5CB 800 mAh Battery with 7.8h talktime and 33h standby and 21.5h of music playback time
3. Micro SD support expandable upto 32 GB
4. Nokia’s proprietory Series 40 interface
5. Java support for games and apps
6. EGPRS/EDGE Connectivity
7. Comes in 2 colours black and cyan
The Nokia 109 will be hitting the shelves this quarter in Europe, Asia Pacific and China at a very affordable cost of Rs. 2250 INR ($42) without any subsidies and taxes.