HMD Global launched a new version of the Nokia 130, which is a classic, on Thursday. This device costs INR 1599 and is available in three colours ranging from red to black to grey. The classic Snake Xenzia game too is present on this device.
The Vice President (India) of HMD Global, Ajey Mehta has said, “The Nokia 130 has been built to take everyday knocks while offering entertainment as you go about your day. High quality voice and call clarity is essential, and the Nokia 130 delivers that and so much more in a stylish and truly entertaining package.”
The phone has a polycarbonate shell, separated keys, an Island key mat and a matte back cover. It also has a 1.8-inch colour screen of QQVGA. The device runs on the software platform of Nokia Series 30+.
The Nokia 130 feature phone has a RAM of 4MB, ROM of 8MB and also has expandable storage with the help of a microSD card. This card can increase the storage of the device up to 32GB.
The battery is of 1,020mAh battery, which can deliver 11.5 hours of video playback with a single charging, according to the company. It can also provide radio playback of up to 44 hours with a single charge.
The Nokia 130 has connectivity to Bluetooth 3.0, a dual-SIM slot, a 3.5mm audio jack and a microUSB. The phone also has a VGA camera of unknown resolution along with an LED torch light. This torch can be accessed by pressing the up key two times.
The device also has a built in mp2 player and FM radio. There are also five games that are preloaded into the phone which can be tried and bought. These include Danger Dash, Nitro Racing, Air Strike, Ninja Up and Sky Gift.
Get ready to say hello to the phone of your childhood once again!
Source by techpads..