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Nokia 105 Classic was launched in India on Thursday, October 26. The phone arrives with an inbuilt UPI application to enable easier transactions. It also supports wireless FM radio connectivity. The company provides a one-year replacement guarantee on the purchase of the handset. The phone is available in single-SIM and dual-SIM variants and can be bought with or without the charger. It is offered in two colour options. The handset joins the Nokia 105 model that was launched earlier this year with inbuilt UPI 123PAY support.
Offered in Blue and Charcoal colour options, the Nokia 105 Classic is available in India at Rs. 999. The phone is up for sale from October 26 in four variants with single-SIM and dual-SIM options, with and without chargers, respectively.
The Nokia 105 Classic claims to have undergone rigorous durability tests and therefore claims to offer high performance in the toughest environmental conditions. The ergonomic design, including the carefully allotted space between keys, is said to enhance user experience.
Although HMD Global is yet to release a detailed specification sheet for the Nokia 105 Classic, the company confirmed that the 800mAh battery packed into the phone offers a long battery life with extended standby time.
The Nokia 105 Classic also offers other notable features such as wireless FM radio connectivity support. It assures users of the experience and enjoyment of the FM radio without having the need to lug around a pair of earphones.
In a press statement, the company confirmed that the Nokia 105 Classic supports UPI transaction accessibility but it does not detail which UPI application it comes with. The phone also has a one year replacement guarantee from the date of purchase.
The Nokia 105 (2023), meanwhile, is available in India at Rs. 1,299 and is offered in Charcoal, Cyan, and Red colour options. It launched alongside the Nokia 106 4G, which is priced in the country at Rs. 2,199.
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