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HMD Global launches Nokia 110 4G and Nokia 105 4G with VoLTE support

HMD Global has just launched its latest feature phone duo, the Nokia 110 4G and the Nokia 105 4G, with 4G VoLTE support.

According to GSMArena, both these phones support dual SIM capabilities and run Series 30+ operating system. They have a 1.8-inch QVGA display (120 x 160 pixels) and come with a Unisoc T107 SoC chip that combines 128MB of RAM as well as 48MB of internal memory that can be further expanded up to 32GB via a microSD slot. On the back of Nokia 110 4G integrated camera of unknown resolution, which the brother Nokia 105 4G does not have.

Nokia 110 4g And 105 4g
Nokia 110 4g And 105 4g

This product duo supports the FM radio feature that allows listening without having to connect headphones. Users can also listen to MP3 music through the built-in MP3 player. Furthermore, the Nokia 110 4G has a 3.5mm headphone jack, while the Nokia 105 4G does not. They all have built-in LED lights on the top of the device that serve as flashlights when needed.

The 1,050 mAh battery on them allows charging via the microUSB port, promising to provide up to 5 hours of talk time on 4G networks, 16 hours of 2G talk time or 18 days of standby. Both phones measure 121 x 50 x 14.5mm. While the Nokia 110 4G weighs 84.5 grams, the Nokia 105 4G weighs 80.2 grams.

They provide users with a number of built-in features such as games, an English dictionary, an internet browser as well as Readout Assist – a text-to-speech engine that reads out the on-screen menus for the audience elderly users. In addition, users can also enlarge the menus for easier reading if needed.

The Nokia 110 4G offers black, yellow and blue color options, while the Nokia 105 4G is available in black, blue and red. Price information and release time of both products have not been given yet, but it is likely that it will be in the price range of 2G versions of Nokia 110 and Nokia 105 launched in 2024 with prices of 20 USD and Nokia 105 respectively. 15 USD.

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