While Microsoft has been planning to remove the Nokia branding from the Lumia devices that run on Windows Phone Platform, the software giant has today launched its entry-level Dual-SIM feature phone called Nokia 130 in the Indian market.
The feature-phone that comes with a built-in music player with up to 46 hours continuous playback on a single charge can be bought at the price of Rs 1,649. But at this price, if you are aware of the smartphone market, you will also get Firefox powered smartphone with a couple of hundred bucks more.
"The Nokia 130 is a perfect device for consumers who are looking for their first mobile phone, or for those looking for a rock-solid backup phone to use alongside their smartphone," Nokia India Sales marketing director Raghuvesh Sarup said in a statement. Nokia India Sales is subsidiary of Microsoft Mobile Oy.
The new Nokia 130 mobile phone has a 1.8-inch colour display, promises standby time of up to 36 days. Nokia claims this phone can offer 13 hours talk time on 2G network and 16 hours video playback on one time full battery charge.
The phone has the ability to store up to 6,000 songs on a 32GB memory card. It also comes with Bluetooth-enabled application and USB connectivity for sharing files.
With inputs from PTI