HMD Global’s Nokia has recently updated its Nokia 125 and Nokia 150 feature phones and has launched in China for 189 Yuan (around Rs.2,017) and 229 Yuan (around Rs.2,443) respectively.
Both of the Nokia 125 and Nokia 150 phones feature a basic 2.4-inch QVGA (240 x 320 pixels) TFT LCD colour screen including a polycarbonate body. These cheaper feature phones have 2G connectivity with support for dual SIM and dual standby.
Interestingly, Nokia has included an unknown MediaTek processor with these phones along with 4MB RAM and 4MB ROM. Most of the feature phones are still used because of their long battery life and so Nokia has included a 1,020 mAh removable battery that can be charged via MicroUSB port.
Talking about the difference between the two, the Nokia 125 lacks the VGA camera which is present on the Nokia 150. Both of these feature phones come with a much essential LED flash and wireless FM radio support.
Also, these feature phones come pre-loaded with the new Snake game, that first debuted on Nokia 3310 (2017). For colours, the Nokia 125 only comes in White and Black options, on the other hand, the Nokia 150 will be available in Blue, Red, and Black variants.
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