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For many a feature phone is passé but the demand for such devices still exists. India is one among the few countries where consumers afraid to shell Rs 5000 to get a smartphone. So to feed those consumers - both Indian as well as International players have come up with affordable feature phones time to time.
Nokia is the latest tech vendor who has announced with two feature phones; the Nokia 107 Dual-SIM and the Nokia 108 dual-SIM in India. There are few players left who still manufacture affordable feature phones for mass market like India.
Both the Nokia 107 and 108 have dual-SIM capabilities. The Nokia 107 Dual SIM is priced at Rs 1607, whereas the Nokia 108 is selling for Rs 1883. Both the phones are running Symbian 30 series.
Nokia 107 - Specifications
The Nokia 107, a dual SIM phone has built-in 1.8-inch QVGA display. The phone supports micro-SIM card. The device has a mere 4GB of inbuilt storage, which can be further expanded up to 16GB via a microSD card slot. The battery, a 1020mAh is capable of running up to 12 hours on a single charge. This feature phone comes in three colors: Red, Black and White.
Nokia 108 - Specifications
The Nokia 108, a dual SIM phone packs 1.8-inch TFT QVGA display. The 4GB of internal memory is further expanded up to 32GB via a microSD card slot. The makers have added a 960mAh battery. The device also has a VGA quality rear camera. The device comes into four colors: Red, Yellow, Black and Cyan.
Both the devices have built-in an MP3 player with Bluetooth 3.0 connectivity. These devices won't get takers residing in metropolitan cities such as Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai and Bangalore. Instead these phones are made for first time buyers who never explored the amazing world of connected devices. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!