HMD Global has just unveiled the Nokia 110 4G and Nokia 105 4G. Both are feature phones that support LTE connectivity.
LTE support enables high quality HD voice calls via VoLTE. In addition, it helps keep them working for years to come, compared to the previous 2G-only models in 2019. The new Nokia feature phones have single and dual-SIM variants and support multiple 4G bands.
Both phones have 1.8-inch displays with a 120×160 resolution. They use big and easy to see icons making them ideal for the elderly. Furthermore, they feature “readout assist” which reads menus out loud.
They have 1020mAh batteries which is said to offer up to 5 hours of voice calls. Both devices charge via a microUSB port.
The new Nokia phones support MP3 playback and has a microSD slot for expandable storage up to 32GB. Moreover, it supports FM radio even without headphones and an LED flashlight up top.
The difference between the two devices is that the Nokia 110 4G has a camera at the back as well as features a 3.5mm headphone jack.
The price and availability of both the Nokia 110 4G and Nokia 105 4G have yet to be announced. Although, it is expected to be near the USD 20 and USD 15 price range of the Nokia 110 and 105 released in 2019, respectively.