Both handsets comes with several minor upgrades over its predecessor including enhanced audio for better voice clarity, and is expected to be priced around Rs. 1,300 and will be available only in selected markets starting this June.
The refreshed version of Nokia 105 runs on Series 30+ and comes with same 1.4 inch LCD display along with same alphanumeric keyboard like its predecessor. Nokia 105 is packed with 800mAh battery, which the company claims to deliver up to 15 hours of talk time and up to 35 days of standby time.
The Nokia 105 (2015) can store up to 2000 contacts and comes pre-installed with games like Snake Xenia and Bubble Blash 2. The new Nokia 105 is slightly taller, broader and slimmer than its predecessor measuring 108.5mm x 45.5mm x 14.1mm.
For connectivity it comes with 3.5mm jack for AV connector, a micro USB for charging, supports Mini SIM and is available in cyan, black and white color options.