Nokia Mobile Phones Are Back With Their 31-Day Battery Life And A Promising Game Of Snake

In December of 2016, Nokia launched their newest handsets that are quite far from what the world has expected. After bidding goodbye to Microsoft, the Finnish mobile company has chosen HMD to manufacture and sell their brand name.

The First Mobile Phones Not Made By Microsoft

Ending the partnership with Microsoft on December 14, 2016, Nokia has found a new champion which is also a Finland-based start-up. And their initial project was the making of feature phones namely, the Nokia 150 and 150 Dual SIM phones. These are their first mobile phones in years that is not made by the American multinational technology company.

Nokia 150 And 150 Dual SIM Phone Specifications And Features

These new handsets were designed to be more user-friendly and of course, affordable with a price of $26 or €25. According to Cnet, these phones have a long battery life which is one of the things Nokia is known for. In fact, users can even use the single SIM version for up to 31 days of standby time. In a press release from HDM, the company listed the specifications which include 2.4-inch screens, physical keypads, and built-in camera with LED flash. Aside from these, the handsets also have FM radio, MP3 player, Bluetooth connectivity, and microSD card slots. However, they do not have internet access.

Special Features Includes The Iconic Game Of Snake

The Nokia 150 and 150 Dual SIM also highlights the classic game of Snake Xenzia. With this pre-loaded game, players will once again enjoy maneuvering left and right as the snake grows in length, bringing back the glory of the old days. In addition to these, users can also play Nitro Racing by Gameloft2.

More About The Newest Nokia Mobile Phones

Known for durability and affordability, these Nokia mobile phones are built to last. They combine beautiful craftsmanship of hard-wearing polycarbonate shells and scratch-resistant color. Comes in black and white color, the Nokia 150 and 150 Dual SIM will rolling out first in APAC, IMEA, and Europe in 2017.

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