Nokia 109 announced – cheap, small and old-school

01 November, 2012 | Comments (90) | Post your comment

Nokia has just announced the Nokia 109 entry-level phone. It packs a 1.8-inch TFT screen with 128x160 pixels resolution, dual-band GSM/EDGE connectivity, FM radio and microSD card.

Nokia 109 runs on S40 platform and comes with Nokia’s Xpress Browser, which compresses the web pages up to 90% and saves you data traffic. Some handy social apps will come pre-installed as well.

The phone spreads at 110x46x14.8 mm and it weighs just 77 grams. According to Nokia the battery will last 33 days in stand-by.

Cyan and Black versions of Nokia 109 will hit the shelves in Europe, Asia Pacific and China very soon for $42 before taxes.





Nokia 109 announced – cheap, small and old-school - reader comments

  • rsk

I am a mobile dealer,I request all mobile handset manufacturing cos to make Bar handsets, because 50+ people do not like to use touch/qwerty hand sets.Handsets like E51,E52,C5,SAMSUNG PRIMO,these were the handsets which were liked by many people.

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  • 2012-11-05 15:56
  • bCbd
  • Anonymous

I own two smartphones since a couple of years ago, all I can say is that even if they have advantages and lots of utilities, most of them are futile most of the times. I need a very-long-life battery phone, very basic access to internet, basic email ...

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  • 2012-11-05 08:40
  • mk}H
  • akyra77

Why Chinese people what?

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  • 2012-11-04 20:38
  • Q5TM