AnonD-118282, 10 Apr 2013105 launched in India today..priced at Rs.1249/- only. Source: Times of IndiaAny good let us know how keypad is? screen small shame.
105 launched in India today..priced at Rs.1249/- only.
Source: Times of India
N 1 more thng dat u r saying regrdng its keypad....dude its d same as nokia 1100 n fyi its d nokia's bestselling handset untill now !!!
Dude its ur perception regarding d make of INDIAN fones... cant help it !!! N if u r nt from INDIA or havent used any INDIAN fones u dont have d rite 2 judge der durability unles until u gt dat thng in ur hand !!!
Don, 05 Apr 2013Cmon man stop spreading those rumours...they havent even start its production n u r saying dat... moreAnd the one thing Nokia phone made in India is the most terrible finishing in the world !
Nokia 105 in Thailand made in China and it's a good phone .
Cmon man stop spreading those rumours...they havent even start its production n u r saying dat u got yr hands on it ???? It is yet to b produced n dat wil b done in our country ie INDIA !!!!
Now available in Thailand @ 590 THB.
..Goog looking cyan color
..Long lasting battery
..Useful Flashlight , Speaking clock , PIM
..Voice leakage problem !
..Tiny Screen but it's ok
..Keypad bad for texting
..Long lasting battery but X1-01 is superior
..Fm and Sound clarity X1-01 is superior
= Go for X1-01 ,it's superior than 105 .. now in Thailand X1-01 is just 700 THB. for all color.
rockin ronny, 31 Mar 2013how do I change language on the 105U have one where from? hows the keypad cheapish or ok, and texting is there enough room to see? font size options?
Swamoy, 29 Mar 2013When it will come in India???? I am waiting to buy it. Please release it as early as possible....In about 3-5 years it might actually be available... :)
When it will come in Kolkata???? I am waiting to buy it. Please release it as early as possible.... May I use Nokia BL-5C battery instead of BL-5CB???? Any body knows???? Thanks.
When it will come in India???? I am waiting to buy it. Please release it as early as possible....
Can anyone tell if the keymat is like the one in Nokia 1100? Texting anything longer than a few sentences with the 1100 will give you the Nokia equivalent of the Nintendo thumb – except it's for your wrist. You have to press the keys like your life depends on it.
This is why I'm using the Nokia 1600. The keys are hard plastic and much, MUCH easier to press, which makes it an excellent phone for texting. It also has a slightly better battery life and a bigger phonebook than the 1100.
I'm considering the 105 as a replacement as it has almost twice the stand-by time of the 1600, but I've been spoiled by the 1600's keys.