We all know about Nokia, the brand that bought an era of the mobile phone into our lives with its extensive line-up of feature phones and expanded its phones line-up to the premium over the course of time. That said, after HMD Globals acquisition Nokia has been in a spree of releasing smartphones from budget segment to premium segment. While doing this, the company hasn’t lost its grip on the feature phones yet; the company had introduced its well known Nokia 3310’s upgraded version recently.
It appears that Nokia hadn’t done yet, the HMD Global-owned company had yet released another feature phone named – the Nokia 106. The new feature phone comprises of a 1.8-inch display (160×120) that can store up to 2000 contacts alongside 500 messages. The Nokia 106 beholds a polycarbonate coating with inherent coloring, which the company claims to less scratch detectable.
While we can’t expect to look into the specifications as its a feature phone, to put it out it is powered by a MediaTek MTK 6261D processor followed by 4MB of RAM. A removable 800mAh battery powers the phone and HMD claims the battery lasts from ‘sunrise to sunset’ with one charge. To be precise, it claims to have 15.7 hours of talk time and a whopping 21 days of standby time. The phone uses to regular USB port for charging.
The Dual SIM enabled Nokia 106 retains the company’s iconic Snake game alongside other game demos, which users need to buy. And lastly, the phone is available in Dark Grey color variant and price is yet to be known.