Microsoft unveils new Nokia 105 feature phone

While Nokia was famous for its small sized feature phones, Microsoft is keeping up with the tradition by launching the new Nokia 105 and Nokia 105 Dual SIM.


Microsoft has announced the launch of the new Nokia 105 and Nokia 105 Dual SIM, which are the company’s latest feature phones and the successor to the Nokia 105 that was launched in 2013. The phone has a small 1.45 inch colour display. Interestingly, the phone now sports a micro-USB charging point.

The new Nokia 105 would have FM Radio support along with a torch light. The phone is powered by an 800 mAh battery which is said to last for 35 days on standby with a 15 hours talk time. The handset is priced at merely $20 and is expected to rollout globally at the end of this month.

Speaking about the new Nokia 105, Pekka Haverinen, Director, Product Marketing, Microsoft, said, “Our phones are as tough and long-lasting as they’ve always been – and of course look great at the same time. We’ve also recognised the desire for Dual SIM mobile phones. People have so many reasons to want a dual SIM device, from having separate numbers for work and family to interstate travel and sharing phones. We’re happy to announce that the new Nokia 105 Dual SIM is our most affordable Dual SIM device to date.”