The Nokia 105, which will cost customers €15 (about $20 CAD), is being advertised as a phone that could be accessible to more people, due to its low cost and lengthy battery life. According to Nokia, the phone has up to 12.5 hours of talk time and 35 days of standby time, which also makes it an ideal emergency phone.
Because it’s built to be as cost effective as possible, it doesn’t come with much in the way of bells and whistles. Users can make calls, send SMS text messages, play the pre-loaded games, listen to FM radio and use the Nokia Life service in countries where it’s available, an education service that can help teach life skills like how to study or handle finance and can assist those who want to learn English.
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