Nokia has added yet another two feature phones to its vast range of mobile phones. The new devices are dual-SIM phones, named Nokia 106 and Nokia 107. The Nokia 106 is quad-band GSM device while the Nokia 107 is dual-band for both SIM cars.
Both devices have similar design and form factors sharing same a 1.8″ 65k-color TFT display an similarities don’t end there, device also measure 112.9mm x 47.5mm x 14.9 mm and come with more protective casing offering dust- and spill- resistant keyboards as well as FM radio receivers and a LED flashlights.
Nokia 107 has a microSD card slot supporting memory up to 16GB and a 1020 mAh battery, which keeps the device up to 36 days of stand-by while the Nokia 106 packs a 800mAh battery with almost same stand by time, 35 days. The device weighs 74.2 grams. Both devices are running on Series 30 platform.
If you are planning to grab the Nokia 107, as it boasts a larger battery and microSD card slot, it is just $25 while the Nokia 106 is priced at $23.
According to Nokia, both phones will be released in Q3 in China, unfortunately, there is no word on the availability of the devices in other countries.