HMD Global, the company licensing the Nokia brand, has just launched two new feature phones: Nokia 220 4G, which is a successor of the Nokia 220 and Nokia 105 refresh version.
Nokia 220 4G features a 2.4-inch QQVGA color screen and is powered by Feature OS. It has a polycarbonate body and packs a 1200mAh battery with up to 6.3 hours talk time and up to 27 days of standby time.
This new Nokia feature phone features GSM/GPRS 900/1800 (EU); LTE1 Cat-1, 10Mbps DL / 5Mbps UL; 4G with 2G fall back (No 3G) connectivity options. It also has a web browser, Bluetooth 4.2, Facebook and Twitter, Wireless FM radio, Snake along with four other Gameloft try-and-buy games.
Nokia 220 4G packs 16MB RAM, and 24MB storage. It has a VGA rear camera with LED flash, 3.5mm audio jack, and MP3 player support. It measures 121.3 x 52.9 x 13.4mm and weighs 86.5 grams. It is priced starting at EUR 39 – approximately $43, comes in Black and Blue colors and will be available mid-August.
New Nokia 105, on the other hand, features a 1.77-inch QQVGA color display and runs on Nokia Series 30+ software platform. It packs 4MB RAM, 4MB ROM, LED torch lights, inbuilt FM Radio, and 800mAh battery with up to 14.4 hours talk time and 25.8 days standby time.
The device uses a standard Micro USB cable (USB 2.0) for charging and comes pre-loaded with Snake, four other try-and-buy Gameloft games including Tetris, Sky Gift, and Airstrike. It supports GSM 900/1800 (EU); 850/1900 (US) bands, measuring 119 x 49.2 x 14.4mm and weighs 74.04 grams.
Nokia 105 has been priced at EUR 13 – approximately $14.48, comes in Blue, Black and Pink colors and will be available from August.