The modern range of mobile devices is mostly filled with the latest generation smartphones with many technical bells and whistles. The Nokia 106 push-button phone presented a few days ago is out of the general trend, and, nevertheless, the demand for such models is still relevant.
The lack of a camera and many advanced options is compensated by the ability of the battery to maintain a charge up to three weeks (in standby mode). At the same time, the basic functions of the Nokia 106 phone support everything that in the long term assumes the presence of a fairly wide range of potential consumers. The manufacturer offers the novelty as a backup device for unplanned cases, as the first phone for children and adults who are accustomed to the familiar (from previous brand devices) menu device and appreciate the volume and quality of the sound signal.
The brand focuses on the time during which the phone battery retains its charge. The battery capacity during active use, according to the manufacturer, is enough for 15 days, when the device is in "sleep" mode - the energy is enough for 21 days.
The battery has a capacity of 800 mAh. Under it, the developers have placed connectors for a pair of mini SIM cards. The charger is designed with a Micro USB connector. The MediaTek 6261D series mobile processor provides the device with 4MB of memory, which is enough to store 2000 phonebook entries and 500 SMS.
Additionally, the Nokia 106 push-button phone with a 1.8-inch screen has a built-in radio, a 3.5-mm headphone port, and a flashlight. The device contains several elementary games, including the popular "Snake", "Tetris", "Race", etc. The device weighing 70 g is presented in a dark gray solution. The Nokia 106 will go on sale at the end of November, the estimated cost on the USA market will be about 1,500 rubles.
The announced Nokia 106 push-button phone became the next step in the revival of this class of mobile devices. Previously, the company has already presented models Nokia 3310, Nokia 8110 on the market, betting on the nostalgia of the brand's fans. Despite the fact that the global demand for flagship smartphones is higher, the interest in simple "dialers" remains, and Nokia's sales are showing growth.
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