Nokia 110 4G and Nokia 105 4G – Both phones from Nokia have a 1.8-inch screen with a resolution of 120 x 160 pixels. While the Nokia 110 4G packs a single rear camera, there is no camera in the 105 4G.
Maybe HMD Global isn’t too big a company to dominate the high-end smartphone market. However, the brand Nokia is one of the major players, with millions of units shipped every year when it comes to feature phones.
Recently, there was a report from Counterpoint showing that the Finnish company shipped 11 million feature phones in the first quarter of 2021. To further sustain market share in this segment, HMD Global has announced two new feature phones: Nokia 110 4G and 105 4G.
Reporting from Gizmochina (June 16), the main highlight of these two phones is 4G connectivity. This 4G phone doesn’t have Wi-Fi and hotspot tethering features like the Itel Magic 2 4G, but this phone from Nokia comes with HD Voice call support via VoLTE. In an era where many carriers plan to phase out 2G networks, these new Nokia phones guarantee usage for the next few years.
The Nokia 110 and 105 were first launched in 2019 but only featured 2G connectivity. Apart from the LTE offerings, the latest phones from Nokia also come with some improvements in their design. Both retain the small and compact form of their predecessors but with a different form factor. Now the design is more symmetrical with a slight curve.
Both phones from Nokia have a 1.8-inch screen with a resolution of 120 x 160 pixels. While the Nokiia 110 4G packs a single rear camera, there is no camera in the 105 4G. There’s also a 3.5mm audio port on both models, a MicroSD slot that supports up to 32GB, and an FM radio.
The batteries are 110 4G and 105 4G reinforced with a capacity of 1020 mAh. It will last for several days when on standby, while voice calls, it lasts up to 5 hours. Unfortunately, there is no information about the price.