In an era dominated by cutting-edge smartphones, Nokia, under the guardianship of HMD Global, reintroduces the Nokia 105, a device that has etched its name in the annals of phone history. The revamped Nokia 105 not only adheres to the brand’s legacy of reliability but also brings forth an evolved design catering to the contemporary user.
Adam Ferguson, the Head of Product Marketing at HMD Global, expressed, “The Nokia 105 is one of the world’s most sought-after phones, lauded for its exceptional battery life, unwavering quality, and budget-friendly price. The updated Nokia 105 elevates these virtues, boasting an even more remarkable battery life and an expanded array of practical features.”
One of the standout features of the Nokia 105 is its upgraded battery, now 25% larger than its predecessor. This enhancement translates to an impressive 14 hours of talk time and over three weeks of standby, a boon for those who rely on their phones day in and day out.
Nokia maintains its commitment to durability, a characteristic intrinsic to its devices. The Nokia 105, having undergone rigorous durability testing, stands resilient against life’s unexpected challenges. The incorporation of nano texture not only shields the phone’s Charcoal, Cyan, and Red Terracotta color options from bumps and scrapes but also ensures a fresh and enduring aesthetic.
Beyond its robust exterior, the Nokia 105 serves as a reliable companion, offering entertainment on the go. The inclusion of a wireless FM radio, operable with or without headphones, caters to music enthusiasts and news aficionados alike. Classic games like Snake add a touch of nostalgia, while the phone’s torch proves invaluable when the sun sets.
Practicality is at the forefront of the Nokia 105’s design. The phone accommodates 2,000 numbers and 500 SMS, ensuring users can keep their contacts and conversations up to date. Additionally, the built-in voice recorder becomes a handy tool for capturing and revisiting those memorable moments that deserve preservation.
For the Kenyan audience, the Nokia 105 is available in Charcoal, Cyan, and Red Terracotta, priced at KES 2500, making it an accessible choice for those seeking reliability without compromising on quality. The return of Mulika Mwizi, in the form of the Nokia 105, signifies not just a phone but a testament to Nokia’s enduring legacy in the ever-evolving landscape of mobile technology.