Nokia 150 and Nokia 150 Dual Sim are the two new feature phones in news. The Finnish company HMD, which has been handed over the right to use the Nokia brand on mobile phones, has launched its first ever Nokia branded phones, way to earlier than anticipated. These basic phones will go on sale from next year starting with APAC, IMEA, and Europe.
These basic feature phones thus do not offer Internet access, however, with features like MP3 player, FM radio, Bluetooth v3.0 with SLAM, and a VGA camera with an LED flash and a battery life of nearly 22 hours of talk time and up to 31 days of stand-by. Both of them supports games like Snake Xenzia and a ‘try and by version’ of Nitro Racing. Both are limited top dual band. They appear in white and black in colour. They have 240*320 pixel displays, and run on Nokia series 30+ OS and are priced at $26 (before taxed and subsidies).