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Nokia 150: turn back time with a 2.4-inch phone with VGA camera

Nokia 150 photo

In what seems to be Nokia’s revival under HMD Global, it seems like the good old days are back with the impending release of Nokia 150.

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HMD Global Oy (“HMD”) has announced the launch of its Nokia 150 and Nokia 150 Dual SIM phones. The launch comes just weeks after HMD entered the market as the new home of Nokia phones. HMD, a start-up headquartered in Finland, will bring a new generation of mobile phones to consumers through an existing feature phone business and new smartphone range. With the launch of Nokia 150, HMD Global will further strengthen the Nokia feature phones portfolio comprising of best-sellers like Nokia 105, Nokia 216 and Nokia 230.

The new phones – the first Nokia feature phones to be released by HMD – combine beautiful craftsmanship with hallmark Nokia durability. Featuring hard-wearing polycarbonate shells and scratch-resistant colour, the Nokia 150 phones are built to last.

Let’s check out Nokia 150 specs as per below:

  • 2.4-inch TFT screen with 240 x 320 pixels or ~167 ppi pixel density
  • 118 x 50.2 x 13.5 mm (4.65 x 1.98 x 0.53 in) size and 81 g (2.86 oz) weight
  • VGA primary camera
  • Removable Li-Ion 1020 mAh battery
  • 32GB microSD expansion slot
  • Dual-sim
  • Q1 2017 release date
  • $26 USD price tag

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The Nokia 150 is beautifully designed with a polycarbonate shell that keeps its colour even when scratched. You know that this is Nokia of previous years where it looks great no matter what you throw at it.

Thanks to its VGA camera that comes with flash, the Nokia 150 lets you capture all your favourite moments whether it is bright as day or dark as night – and share them using Bluetooth. What’s more, you can depend on its reliable built-in torchlight to help you find your way in the dark.

You should always look up Nokia for its long-lasting battery life, and Nokia 150 is no different. It has an outstanding battery that can last for up to 25 days’.

With a built-in FM radio and MP3 player, you can listen to your favourite music or keep yourself entertained for hours with a classic game such as Snake Xenzia or Nitro racing from Gameloft.

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Conclusion:

Who says you need a smartphone that costs an arm and a leg to keep you going through the hectic pace of every day’s life. Sometimes all you need is to go ‘back-to-basics’ and you should be doing just fine. Something of a nostalgic feeling when you grab hold of the Nokia 150 in your hands.

Nokia 150 is currently available for approximately $24 USD and is available in Black and White.

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