On October 26, Nokia announced the availability of the Nokia 105 Classic in India. There’s a built-in UPI app on the phone for quick and simple payments. It also has the ability to connect to FM radios wirelessly. The smartphone is covered by a replacement warranty for the first year after purchase. The phone may be purchased with or without the charger, and it comes in both single-SIM and dual-SIM configurations. It comes in both black and white. This is the second smartphone from Nokia this year to have UPI 123PAY capability; the first being the Nokia 105.
Nokia 105 Classic features and Specs
The Nokia 105 Classic has supposedly been put through extensive durability testing, allowing it to function optimally even in extreme environments. The extra space between keys and focus on ergonomics are meant to improve the typing experience.
The 800mAh battery inside the Nokia 105 Classic ensures a lengthy talk time and even longer standby time, according to HMD Global, which has not yet released a full list of the phone’s specifications.
The Nokia 105 Classic has wireless FM radio connection in addition to its other significant features. It guarantees the user an enjoyable FM radio experience without the hassle of carrying along headphones.
Press materials from the manufacturer reveal that the Nokia 105 Classic may be used to access UPI transactions, but do not specify which UPI software is preinstalled. There is a replacement warranty for the phone for up to a year after the purchase date.
Meanwhile, the Nokia 105 (2023) can be purchased in India for the price of Rs. 1,299 and comes in three different colors (Charcoal, Cyan, and Red). It debuted at the same time as the Nokia 106 4G, which retails for Rs. 2,199 in the local market.
Nokia 105 Classic Price and Availability
The Nokia 105 Classic comes in two different colors (Blue and Charcoal) and costs Rs. 999 in India. The phone will be available for purchase on October 26 in four different configurations, including both single-SIM and dual-SIM choices, as well as with and without chargers.