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Nokia 106 feature phone with FM launched in India at Rs. 1,399
TT Correspondent |  |  30 Dec 2013

Nokia 106, the feature phone, is now available in India on its official online store for Rs 1,399. The phone is available in black, red and white colour options and will deliver within 5 working days as per company mention on their official store.

The single SIM device features 1.8-inch QVGA display with 128x160 pixels and has 800mAh battery. It can store 500 contacts and offer including 32-polyphonic ringtones. It comes with FM radio, 3.5mm audio jack.

Earlier in August the company announced Nokia 106 and Nokia 107 for Chinese market. It also expanded the its Asha range phones with the launch of Asha 500 for Rs. 4,499, Asha 502 for Rs 5,969 and Asha 503 for Rs 6,799, based on Nokia Asha platform with the free messaging App like WhatsApp which attracted the youth most now days.
Specifications of Nokia 106 feature phone:-
. Nokia 106 is available as a single SIM device.
. Support mini-SIM, instead of a regular size.
. 1.8-inch QVGA display with 128x160 pixels resolution and sports a pixel density of 114ppi.
. Phone comes with an 800mAh battery.
. Store up to 500 contacts.
FM radio, 3.5mm audio jack.

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