Nokia presented a budget phone that can work without recharging for 21 days

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The Finnish company HMD Global, developing devices under the Nokia brand, has introduced a new push-button phone Nokia 106, according to .

This is a budget phone in a classic candybar with a numeric keypad and long battery life.

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According to the company, the Nokia 106 is able to work without recharging 15.7 hours of talk time and almost 21 days of standby time. At the same time, the phone has a replaceable 800 mAh battery and becomes infected through a regular USB cable with a micro USB connector.

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The gadget is equipped with a 1.8-inch display with a resolution of QQVGA, a flashlight and FM-radio, for use that requires headphones with a 3.5-mm jack. The phone has the traditional games “Snake”, Nitro Racing, Danger Dash, Tetris and others.


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The phone can store 500 messages and 2000 contacts. Under the battery is a slot for two Mini-SIM cards. The phone does not have such “excesses” as cameras, and even a slot for memory cards. The weight of the device is 70.2 grams including battery.


As the developers promise, the special design of the novelty will make possible scratches on the case less noticeable. “The Nokia 106 fits perfectly in your hand. The carefully calculated distance between each button on the keyboard makes it easy to type text even in the dark,” the press release said.

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