The Nokia 105 is a phone that makes calls and only costs RM 75
If you are sick and tired of the influx of smartphones that have flooded the market and just want something to serve as a backup device should your daily drive run out of power, Nokia has got something in store for you. The new Nokia 105 costs only USD$20 (RM74.25), and serves as a direct successor to the original Nokia 105 which was shown off two years ago.
For that price, the modern Nokia 105 offers everything you would expect from a feature phone. These include the ability to store up to 2,000 contacts, 15 hours of talk time, and a very long 35-day standby time. As a step up from the 2013 model, the new Nokia 105 has dual-SIM support. Best of all, the Nokia The 105 will come preinstalled with Snake Xenzia and Bubble Bash 2, the former being a staple in such devices back in the day. You will find all this fitted underneath a 1.45-inch colour display, with a 800mAh battery keeping everything in check.
The Nokia 105 will go on sale globally in selected markets from this month onwards, with three choices of colour: white, black, and cyan for your selection. Given that the Internet-ready Nokia 215 is now available in Malaysia, we may well see this super cheap feature phone making its rounds here too.
Source: Lumia Conversations