Nokia 109: An "Easy-To-Use And Affordable Internet-Capable Phone"

Series 40 feature phone will come to China first; prices to start at $42 (Rs 2300).


As Nokia readies its Lumia army to take on the Androids and iPhones of the mobile phone market, it is making sure that feature phone users are spoilt for choice as well. After the success of its Asha series, the Finnish brand has unveiled the Nokia 109 on its official blog. The handset will come with the Nokia Xpress Browser, featuring Facebook and Twitter integration. Here's the detailed list of known specs:

  • Quad-band GSM (900, 850, 1800, 1900 MHz).
  • 1.8" LCD TFT screen with pixel dimensions of 160x128.
  • 64 MB internal storage; 32 GB microSD card slot.
  • Series 40 platform, FM radio (with recording, depending on region).
  • Audio formats: ASF, WAV, MP4, AAC, AMR, MP3, AWB, M4V, M4A, NRT, WMA, 3GP, MIDI, WMV, WMA, AAC.
  • Video playback at 15 fps.
  • 4.3" (l) x 1.8" (w) x 0.6" (14.8 mm) (d); weighs 77 grams.
  • 800 mAh battery with 7.5 hours talk-time, 21.5 hours of music playback and 33 days standby time.
  • Available colours: Black, Cyan.

Aimed at feature phones users who are looking for internet connectivity on the go, the handset is set to debut in China, followed by the Asia Pacific region and Europe, before December 2012. The base price is $42 (approx. Rs 2300). Users can download ten premium EA titles for free from the Nokia Store.

Nokia Announces Nokia 109: A Feature Phone For The Internet Savvy

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