Nokia still releasing traditional phones with physical keys: 301 and 105 announced at MWC2013

Nokia still releasing traditional phones with physical keys: 301 and 105 announced at MWC2013

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Lumia 520 gave us a “fun and affordable” way to upgrade to Windows Phone 8 but Nokia hasn’t forgotten to work continuously on traditional phones for users with less requirements. Yesterday on MWC2013, they revealed two models of Nokia mobile feature phone 301 and 105. Some may use these phones at the elder age, some may use these for back up or travel phones. No matter what you use them for, Nokia is that best phone maker which excels in producing durable and reliable mobile phones.

The Nokia 105, aside its phone capability, is also a torch and FM radio receiver. Also, the standby time of the 105 is 35 days( wow, standby means not in use). That is certainly impressive. The 105 is priced at €15 and will be available in black and white two colors.

Nokia 301(€65) is a phone with slightly higher technical specifications and better phone design. There are single and duo sim card options, which is very ideal for people who always have to travel or cross borders for business. It has a 3.2 mega pixel camera and supports HSPA networks for browsing the Internet. 301 has a built in Nokia Xpress browser that helps you save data usage when you are short on cellar data. 5 bright and sharp colors blue, black, white, red, yellow are here for you to choose.

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Image source: the verge

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