HMD Global Launches Nokia 110 Feature Phone in India

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  • As per HMD Global, it intends to sell the phone to customers looking for both connectivity and entertainment 
  • The phone comes with four try-and-buy games
Nokia 110

HMD Global has launched feature phone Nokia 110 in India. It wills sell the newly launched phone at a price of Rs 1,599 through its official website and mobile retail stores in the country from 18th October .

Ajey Mehta, Vice President and Region Head, APAC and India, HMD Global, said, “Nokia 110 is a solid proposition for the Indian feature phone consumer who is looking for connectivity with entertainment in a form factor that is not only reliable and durable, but also dons a personality that makes it stand apart amongst the number of feature phones out there.”

4MB of RAM and 4MB of internal storage

The phone comes with a 4.49 cm (1.77-inch) QQVGA coloured display and an in-built qVGA rear camera. It has 4MB of RAM and 4MB of internal storage and can be expanded with microSD card says HMD Global. The device runs on Nokia Series 30+ operating system. HMD Global will sell the phone in ocean blue, black and pink colours.

As per HMD Global, the phone supports up to 32GB of memory card. It has a FM radio, Snake game and four try-and-buy games like Ninja Up, Airstrike, Penalty Cup and Doodle Jump.

Up to 14 hours of talk time

Nokia 110 is powered by a 800mAh removable battery. The company claims that the phone gives up to 14 hours of talk time and up to 18.5 days of standby time. The company further claims the phone gives up to 18 hours of FM radio playback, up to 27 hours of music playback and up to 7.5 hours of video playback.

In terms of connectivity, it supports micro USB port, mini-SIM slot and LED torchlight. The phone weighs 74.96 grams and measures 115.15 mm x 49.85 mm x 14.3mm.

Mehta further added, “With music, games, photos and more, the Nokia 110 is truly a step up for feature phones consumers. I’m thrilled to add this beauty to our range of feature phones in India and hope consumers will check it out either in retail stores or online.”

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