Nokia 301 and Nokia 105 announced at MWC2013

Nokia this MWC also announced two new mobile phones following their ‘Connecting the Next Billion’ startegy, tragetting the developing countries – The Nokia 301 and the Nokia 105.

Nokia 301:

Its been quite a while since we’ve seen any classic device launch from Nokia in their feature phone department, but the Nokia 301, a classic yet smart feature phone with the traditional alphanumeric keypad, gets back all the memories of the all time classic Nokia design language.

Nokia 301 comes with a 3.2 MP Camera with some ‘never seen before’ features on a feature phone. Such as the ability to capture panorama photos, nokia have given this for the very time on a feature phone. And also the “Sequential Shots” feature that takes 3-5 shots and lets you choose the best one of them. Nokia says that these features have been inspired from their smartphone range, The Lumia series.

Nokia 301 also comes with Nokia’s Slam feature. The device is 3G enabled, so you can stay connected with your friends, share things with them over the social networks, browse internet on highly capable Nokia Browser (which also helps saving your data consumption), all this on a high speed data connection.

Dual SIM enabled Nokia 301 lets you use two SIMs at a time. The phone also supports HD voice, so that you can hear clearly on phone calls without any distortion.


# System: GSM 850/900/1800/1900, WCDMA 900/2100, 850/1900
# Size & weight: 114 x 50 x 12.5 mm; 102g
# Display: 2.4” QVGA TFT colour display
# Memory: Up to 256MB, 64MB RAM (plus up to 32GB microSD card)
# Connectivity: 2.0 mm Charger Connector, 3.5 mm AV Connector, Bluetooth 3.0
# Battery:
Single SIM – standby 2G/3G: 37/39days,
Dual SIM – standby 2G/3G: 31/34days
Talk time – 2G/3G = 20/6hrs

Nokia 301 will roll out in Q2 2013 for €65 in yellow, cyan, magenta, white and black varieties and single SIM or dual SIM versions.

Know more about the phone here.

Nokia 105:

Nokia 105 is created for the persons who are buying the very first phone of their life and for those who cannot afford the expensive phones out there.

According to Nokia, around 2.7 billion people around the world are yet to buy their first mobile, mostly due to financial restraints. And Nokia 105, which will cost as low as €15, is Nokia’s solution for them, making it the most affordable mobile phone in their portfolio.

The main features of this phone is that its very sturdy & durable, it has a bigger battery life, it has FM Radio, and it covers all basic features a mobile phone should have. Even if one already have a phone, Nokia 105 can be their second phone just for emergencies or for sport.


# System: Dual band, EGSM 900/1800
# Size/weight: 107 x 44.8 x 14.3 mm; 70 g (including battery)
# Display: 1.45” 65k Colour TFT Display
# Memory: 8MB ROM
# Connectivity: 2.0 mm Charger Connector, 3.5 mm AV Connector
# Battery: standby time: up to 35 days; talk time: up to 12.5 hours
# *headset required.

Nokia 105 will be rolling out in Q2 this year for just €15 price tag.

Know more about the phone here.


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  1. This Nokia 301 Dual SIM mobile features a 3.2 MP camera with 2048 x 1536 pixels and 3x digital zoom. With an expandable up to 32 GB, this mobile lets you store your favourite tracks as well as photographs. Facebook, Twitter and Nokia Apps make it an absolute must-have for avid social networkers.This Nokia dual SIM phone features Series 40 OS, 2.4 inch QVGA display, 2G network, GPRS, EDGE, Bluetooth v3.0, USB v2.0 and FM Radio with recording. Browse the internet or download online content with its Nokia browser. It also features alphanumeric keypad, speed dialling, conference calling, Nokia Messaging, Ovi Email, Windows Live Messenger, music and media player, stereo FM radio, Java games, up to 2000 contact memory and built-in hands-free speakers.

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