Roughly after two weeks since the Nokia G20 was made available in India, Nokia Mobile has now announced the Nokia 110 4G in the country. The feature phone is among the newest offering by the company that brings down the cost of 4G feature phones. Not only it brings 4G VoLTE connectivity, but it also marks the return of the vibrant Yellow color after the Nokia 8110 4G.
The Nokia 110 4G features a 1.8-inch display, 128 MB of RAM, 48 MB of internal storage (expandable up to 32 GB using microSD card), operates on the Series 30+ OS, and weighs just over 84 g. Nokia Mobile claims a standby time of up to 12 days on 4G, talk time of up to 5 hours on 4G, or playtime of up to 36 hours. It also has a rear camera, torch, internet access, wireless FM radio, video player, MP3 player, games, and whatever they mean with the “3-in-1 speaker.”
For the ease of usage, the Nokia 110 4G gets larger menu and buttons. Its Readout assist vocalizes the text on the screen in thirteen languages, including Hindi, Bengali, and English. It is worth noting that the phone misses out on one of the basics, i.e., Bluetooth support.
The other specifications include:
Display type: QQVGA
Processor: Unisoc T107
Cable type: Micro USB (USB 2.0)
SIM type: Dual Nano-SIM
Other features: 3.5 mm audio jack, English with Oxford (from Origin Data)
Nokia Mobile has priced the Nokia 110 4G in India at ₹2799, which is just ₹200 less than the Nokia 215 4G. The phone is available in Aqua and Black colours on Amazon and Nokia Mobile’s online store starting today, i.e., July 24. The Yellow coloured variant is not available yet.