Nokia has a new dual SIM phone, which has appeared on its official Indian website without being properly announced. Called Nokia 114, the handset is a simple candybar – just like the dual SIM Nokia 112 that was unveiled back in May.
The 114 features a small 1.8 inch display with 160 x 128 pixels, Series 40 UI, GSM / EDGE connectivity, Facebook and Twitter integration, Nokia Browser, stereo FM radio with RDS, Bluetooth, VGA photo camera, and MicroSD card support (up to 32GB). The phone measures 110 x 46 x 14.8 mm, weighs 80 grams, and includes a 1,020 mAh battery (this should be able to provide a talk-time of up to 10.5 hours, music playback time of up to 27 hours, or a stand-by time of up to 26 days).
The price and launch date of the Nokia 114 are not known at the moment. However, we do know the handset will have three color versions: black, blue, and purple. You can check out the Nokia 114 here.
Nokia has released quite many dual SIM phones in the last few years. And not just simple candybars. We also have touchscreen handsets – like the Asha 305 and Asha 308 – or full QWERTY ones, like the new Facebook-friendly Asha 205 (which was announced last week, and should become available starting this month).
Via GSM Arena
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