The first (and perhaps only) feature phone that Microsoft has unveiled, the Nokia 130, is now available in stores in China, Pakistan and Nigeria. The rollout to other countries will continue in the following weeks.
The Nokia 130 has a recommended retail price of just €19 for the single-SIM version. That's CNY 151, PKR 2,530 or NGN 4,010 by today's exchange rates. There's a dual-SIM version of the phone that will cost a bit more. Red, black and white color options are available.
Nokia/Microsoft are very proud of the 130's battery life, even made an infographic about it. It's good enough for about a month of standby or 46 hours of music playback. The phone has a microSD card (up to 32GB) for music storage. There's also FM radio built-in
The phone has Bluetooth for local connectivity (with Nokia's SLAM for easier connections).
The Nokia 130 has a flashlight and can be used as a backup phone if something goes wrong. It supports charging over USB (so you can use your regular chargers), the lengthy standby helps too.
NEW Software Update for Nokia 130/130 Dual SIM: http://discussions.nokia.com/t5/Software-Updates/New-software-update-for-Nokia-130-130-Dual-SIM-v-10-02-11/m-p/3020763#M152433 Latest software release for Nokia 130 is 10.02.11 - "Contacts...
Nokia 130 PROS: (USB Charging, Transferring Data by the use of USB Cable, SD Card up to 32GB, Radio, Mp3 Player, Bluetooth, Mini-SIM. All Check) Design: Good build quality. Battery: Superb, can last for 2-3 days. Mp3 player: Can play i...