Nokia 103 introduced as the company’s cheapest phone ever: only €16
While being busy with its Windows Phone plans, Nokia still has time for ultra-cheap handsets – like the Nokia 103, announced today, and aimed at first time buyers. Retailing soon for only €16 ($21), the 103 is the Finnish company’s cheapest phone ever, dethroning the Nokia 100 that was introduced in August 2011.
Naturally, at this price point you can’t expect much from the Nokia 103. The phone features a 1.36 black and white display with 96 x 68 pixels, Series 30 interface, dual-band GSM connectivity (900 / 1800 MHz), stereo FM radio, 3.5mm headset jack, dustproof key mat, integrated flashlight, preloaded games, and an 800 mAh battery (capable of providing a talk-time of up to 11 hours, or a stand-by time of up to 27 days).
The Nokia 103 will be released in Nigeria first. Other countries will get it starting the coming weeks.