African Editions of Nokia 105 and 110 feature phones launched in Kenya

HMD Global has always gone big on feature phones and now, the company is launching two new feature phones exclusive to Africa – Nokia 105 African Edition and Nokia 110 African Edition.

The refreshed handsets, the company says bring more value, connectivity, and quality with their wireless FM radios so you can listen to your favourite sports, news and more, all without the need for a headset.

“Feature phones play a vital role in connecting people. People in Africa want handsets that place battery life fears at the back of their minds and durable devices that are strong enough to withstand the knocks of life. We know that people want phones that deliver the most value while still being affordable, which is why we’re releasing Nokia 105 Africa Edition and Nokia 110 African Edition.” Gopher Ogembo Senior Business Manager Kenya & East Africa HMD Global said.

The Nokia 105 African Edition will be available in Blue and Black colour options for Ksh.1,899 while the Nokia 110 Africa Edition in Green and Blue will retail at Ksh. 2,500.

HMD Global says the Nokia 105 African Edition and Nokia 110 African Edition’s wireless FM radio work without the need for headsets.

Nokia 110 African Edition can take your favourite artists and albums on the go with you with its built-in MP3 player. The handset’s plentiful storage can be extended to 32GB with a memory card, which means up to 8,000 of your most-loved songs in your back pocket, to keep you going on your journeys.

Both feature phones come with fun-filled pre-loaded games. From the retro tile-matching game Tetris, though to the iconic Snake.

From family and friends to work colleagues, you can save your essential contacts (up to a bumper 2,000). Also, the handsets let you store up to 500 SMS messages.

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Nixon Kanali

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