Monday, March 04, 2013
The Independent reports: [edited]
The £13 Nokia 105 is a basic text-and-call phone aimed at the developing world, but it is likely to prove a hit in the west too as a back-up or emergency device.
The 105, which is set to go on sale in the next few weeks, comes with a colour screen, torch and FM radio.
But the key feature of the new Nokia is its battery life which, according to the Finnish company’s press spokesperson Pekka Haverinen, is around 35 days on a single charge.