Nokia 130 is a €19 feature phone by Microsoft
The new owners of Nokia who recently said they will stop making Nokia features phones have chipped one in. The resolution did not affect Nokia’s short-term road map before the acquisition though, thus the new feature phone.
The Nokia 130 is a tiny €19 device with a LED torchlight and a 1.8″ TFT screen. The phone comes with a music and video player, Bluetooth 3.0 for sharing media files and GSM for Internet browsing. There’s also a microSD card slot for storage expansion.
Availability for the Nokia 130 is in three colors — red, whit and clack. The phone will be available shortly in select markets with Nigeria, India, Indonesia and other developing markets much likely.
The Nokia 130 is accompanied with a Nokia 130 Dual SIM twin which supports dual SIM cards and weighs a tad bit heavier at just 67.9 grams compared to 68.6 grams of the former.
Both models are equipped with crisp clear FM radio and both are powered by 1020mAh batteryies (BL-5C) which Nokia claims can last 13 hours of talk time.
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