Nokia 110 Dual SIM feature phone launched in India at Rs 1,599

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Today, HMD Global has announced its new feature phone in India. The Nokia 110 enters into the country today at a price tag of Rs 1,599. Nokia claims big numbers when it comes to battery life on this mobile phone. Nokia 110 will be avaialble for purchase in three colours, Ocean Blue, Black, and Pink. Let’s talk about its features below. 

Nokia 110 Specifications & Features

This handset comes with a range of interesting features. Starting with its specifications first, it offers a 1.77-inch QQVGA screen, which is a color display. Running on the Nokia Series 30+ software platform it offers a variety of useful functions. Supporting the GSM networks 900/1800, it has a dual SIM capability. It runs a mini-SIM card type. 

Offering storage of 4MB and a 4MB RAM, its storage can be expanded via microSD card slot, up to 32GB. it is powered by an 800mAh capacity battery. The company claims that its phone can offer up to 14 hours of standby time, which is a huge number. It weighs just 75 grams including the battery. 

Speaking of the useful features, it has a LED torch light, FM Radio, and has pre-landed games with more options to try and buy games. The list includes popular titles like Ninja Up, Airstrike, Penalty Cup, and Doodle Jump. And of course, there will be the iconic Snake game preloaded as well. 

Nokia has given a qVGA camera on the rear of the device, which allows you to capture moments and save them in your Card to later view in on a bigger screen. The brand proudly states that it’s new Nokia 110 is designed for life. Meaning? It offers superb fit in hand and is a durable device. 

What do you guys think of the Nokia 110 Dual Sim feature phone? Let us know in the comment section below. 

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