Back in December 2016, HMD unveiled its first first new products, which were two basic feature phones without internet access called the Nokia 150 and the Nokia 150 Dual SIM. Both feature phones were bound to arrive in markets in the coming year and today there's news that they have finally arrived.
Gadgets360 was the first to spot them online at e-commerce websites Amazon and Flipkart. The Nokia 150 Dual SIM is priced at Rs 2,059 and is now up for sale in black and white finishes on Flipkart, while Amazon only has the black model on sale.
The smartphones are designed with a polycarbonate shell that retains its colour even when scratched. It features a 2.4-inch display with 25 days of standby using two SIMs. It also features FM radio, an MP3 Player along with Snake Xenzia or Nitro racing. The feature phone also packs in a VGA camera and an LED flash.
Nokia recently announced its Android based smartphones at MWC 2017 in Barcelona. While the handsets aren’t very exciting on paper, they are well Nokia. The new Nokia 3, 5 and 6 will officially be available globally and target the budget segment considering the price range.
According to the VP, HMD is planning to manufacture the new handsets in India right from the beginning in collaboration with Foxconn. The new range of Nokia Android smartphones are expected to start selling in the month of June.