Nokia may have lost its way in the smartphone race, but it’s still a big player when it comes to ultra-cheap handsets. And it certainly wants to keep things this way, that’s why it continues to introduce new entry-level phones, like the Nokia 110 and Nokia 112, both officially announced today.
Made to “appeal to young, urban consumers who want to experience a fast, affordable online experience”, the Nokia 110 and 112 have a similar design, and share most of their features:
- S40 UI
- 1.8 inch display with 128 x 160 pixels
- Dual-SIM capabilities
- GSM / EDGE connectivity
- Direct access to Facebook and Twitter
- Nokia Browser
- FM radio
- Media player
- 3.5mm headset jack
- VGA photo camera
- MicroSD card support (up to 32GB)
The difference between the two phones is that the 110 can provide 10.5 hours of talk-time, or 26.5 days of stand-by time, while the 112 offers 14 hours of talk-time, or 35 days of stand-by time.
Nokia will let users download no less than 40 free EA games on their 110 or 112 phones. Titles include: Need for Speed The Run, Bejeweled, Tetris, SimCity Deluxe, and Monopoly Here & Now.
The Nokia 110 is scheduled to be relased before the end of June, for around €35 ($45) before taxes and subsidies. The Nokia 112 will be out in the third quarter of the year, costing €38 (also before taxes and subsidies).
Via Press release
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