Although the Windows Phone is still Nokia’s major focus point, the company is still manufacturing millions of basic phones for emerging markets worldwide. That being said, Nokia has released two new phones at the Mobile World Congress (MWC). Both phones are at the lower end of the spectrum, but Nokia feels like it’s still important to control the lower-end market for mobile phones.
The first phone unveiled at this morning’s MWC event is the Nokia 105 (pictured at the far left in the above image). It will be available to consumers this quarter for €15 ($20) in two color choices: black or cyan. The phone has features like FM radio and a flashlight, but even more impressing is the phone’s month-long battery life (in standby mode). The other phone released this morning is the Nokia 301 (pictured second from left in the above image), available for €15 ($20). This phone comes with a 3.2 Mega Pixel camera with panorama mode, sequential shots, and a self-portrait mode. Furthermore, the 301 allows users to access Mail for exchange, Nokia Xpress internet, and HPSA connectivity as well as video sharing. This phone will be available in the second quarter of this year.
For more information regarding Nokia’s two new phone models, check out the videos below.