Nokia Announces $20 Phone, Battery Lasts One Month
Nokia 105 offers FM radio and multiple alarm clocks.
Nokia has announced its 105 entry level phone at this year's Mobile World Congress, with the device costing $20.
The Nokia 105 will be available in either cyan or black and will offer a flashlight, as well as a 35-day-long battery life in standby time. It also offers a "bright color screen with clear menus and essentials" such as FM radio and multiple alarm clocks.
A speaking clock is also included, as is a dust and splash-proof keypad. Its operating system is a Series 30 UI, while the device's LCD screen is 1.4 inches with a resolution of 128 x 128 pixels (128 pixels- per-inch).
Nokia's 105 is scheduled for a Q1 2013 launch in China, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Nigeria, Russia, Vietnam, and other markets in Africa, the Middle East, the Asian-Pacific and Europe.