Finnish company HMD Global, which develops smartphones under the name of Nokia, introduced a new mobile phone with a natural keyboard, targeted at the global market.
"Beautiful, reliable and extremely affordable, Nokia 106 provides communication for everyone," wrote Juho Sarvikas, spokesman for HMD Global, on Twitter.
The Nokia 106 has a 1.8-inch screen, perfect for the snake snake built in. The phone can save 2,000 contacts and up to 500 SMS messages. Yes, these are the main points announced for the device.
Also, the company ensures it the battery lasts "from dawn to dusk with a single charge", or nearly 16 hours of phone use. While in standby mode, the battery may last for 21 days.
Made of durable polycarbonate, the Nokia 106 also has a micro-USB charging port and will be equipped with two SIM cards. Developers promise that the special plan will do the possible scratches are less noticeable.
"Thanks to the contour design, the Nokia 106 fits perfectly in your hand, the carefully spaced keys between the keypad make it easy to record even in the dark," the company's press release said.
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