Nokia 5310 will be available online-only for the first four weeks; starting 22 July it will be available across leading offline retail outlets in India.
Now WhatsApp is also available on feature phones with KaiOS, here are the steps on how to install it on the device.
The advantages of using a feature phone today, even in the age of the smartphone, are many.
Market share of feature phones in Africa increased from 55 percent in 2016 to 61 percent last year.
The report also said the average sales price (ASP) of smartphones globally increased by 10 percent year-on-year to $363, the fastest quarterly growth rate so far.
Whether you want a cheap communication device or a standby phone, here are the best options to pick from this festival season.
JioPhone, the feature phone that's effectively 'free' with a refundable Rs 1,500 deposit, will create only a 'short term' hiccup when it hits the market, feel at least two mobile handset makers — Itel Mobile and Hitech Mobiles.
JioPhone launch: For Mukesh Ambani, market is big enough to target feature phone users, say analysts
While the smartphone industry is undergoing a massive revolution, the feature phone market has not seen many innovations as internet connectivity grew from 2G to 4G
In many cases, the cost of both handsets and data is the main factor constraining smart-phone sales.
We tend to forget that the feature phone has a pivotal role to play in ushering India into the digital age
Nearly 200 million 4G-enabled feature phones will be sold in India in the next five years, triggering a slow-down for the domestic smartphone market, a new report claimed on Wednesday.
The Nokia 3310 may be a good idea for some, one that can simplify your life and keep you focussed in more ways than one.
Lava has just announced a 4G feature phone for a price of Rs 3,333. The phone is called the Lava 4G Connect M1 and features a 2.4-inch display.
Along with retailers, easy finance options by smartphone manufacturers also helped pull up sales in time for the new year.
Demand for smartphones is on the rise, but feature phone market will also continue to grow, says Zen Mobiles CEO
We spoke to Zen Mobile CEO Sanjay Karilona, on the feature phone segment in India and the importance of local context. Here are excerpts from the interview
Feature Phones: The unsung heroes of consumer electronics are still alive and kicking in India, says study
Feature phones are here to stay, and any assumptions of their disappearance or lack of relevance are premature, at least for now.
HMD Global, the Finnish company that owns the rights to use the Nokia brand on mobile phones, announced its first new products on Tuesday - two basic handsets without internet access priced at $26 before local taxes and subsidies.
Just a few years ago, seeing an Indian youth with a Nokia or an office-goer with a BlackBerry device on the road was a common sight.
The government has said no device will be sold from next year without a single key panic button to connect the nearest redressal agency.
Market research and consulting services firm CyberMedia Research (CMR) announced its forecast for the Indian mobile handsets industry, pegging the total units expected to be shipped in India at 250 million units, up 4 percent vis-à-vis 2015.