Nokia 130 and 130 Dual SIM feature phones launched

Feature phones have always been Nokia’s forte aRend it has launched the Nokia 130 and 130 Dual SIM smartphones which will be the cheapest ones to come with music and video player. They are expected to be priced around the Rs 1,500-1,600 mark and the dual SIM version has been listed on the Indian website too. Let us take a look at the specifications of the twins:

Nokia 130

Nokia 130

  • 1.8 inch TFT display with a resolution of 160 x 128 pixels
  • Series 30+ operating system
  • microSD card support upto 32GB
  • FM radio
  • Bluetooth 3.0 with SLAM for sharing content
  • No rear camera but a LED flash is present
  • 1020 mAh battery which Nokia claims will provide a talk time of up to 13 hours and music playback of up to 46 hours
  • Red, White and Black colour options

The Nokia 130 is believed to launch soon in India and will be the one catering to the people looking for a good phone in the sub Rs 2,000 bracket. The Nokia 130 is  just 13.9 mm thick and weighs merely 68 grams which makes it quite light to hold so be sure that you do not lose it.

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[…] month, Microsoft had announced two basic mobile phones, the Nokia 130 and Nokia 130 Dual SIM. The Nokia 130 Dual SIM is now available to Indian consumers for purchase through Snapdeal for […]

sanjay mane
August 20, 2014 3:52 pm 3:52 PM

Ok nokia is introduce new phone for basic use ee need basic phone but say nokia pls make better phone usko ulta karke na sunna pade.kyonki abitak. Uske phone ke speeker to

jack
August 12, 2014 8:22 pm 8:22 PM

there are millions of people who prefer phones like this…if they promote it properly…it can help them to capture some market…

Rama
August 12, 2014 9:55 pm 9:55 PM
*Agreed that millions of people still buy feature phones but if Microsoft has to capitalize on this market they need to do something different and somehow tie these feature phone users to the Microsoft ecosystem then only can they leverage their or rather Nokia’s strength in the feature phone market for their own good. *Currently a phone like Nokia 130 is of no good to Microsoft of course except for the mere hardware profits Microsoft can gain from it. According to me the feature phone market has a great potential and after acquiring Nokia Microsoft has a great advantage in… Read more »
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