New Nokia 130 is now available in India

HMD Global, the home of Nokia has launched a refreshed version of its Nokia 130 feature phone. It was announced earlier along with the Nokia 105. The new Nokia 130 is available for purchase at retail stores and is priced at just Rs. 1,599. The phone comes with dual SIM card support.

Let’s talk a bit about what it offers and what not. If you’re looking for a 4G feature phone like the Jio Phone or upcoming VoLTE phone from Airtel or Idea, this is not for you. The Nokia 130 is for those who want a great battery backup, mobility and hours of talk time. The phone sports a 1.8-Inch QVGA color screen. There is 4MB RAM with 8MB of internal storage. Though, users can pop in a microSD card (up to 32GB). Nokia has claimed that the phone will offer up to 11.5 hours of video playback on a single charge. The phone runs the Series 30+ software. It is available in three colour variants- Red, Grey, and Black.

New Nokia 130 is now available in India

There is a ‘try and buy’ games bundle from Gameloft on the phone, just like the good old days and of course, it comes with the legendary game- Snake Xenzia. Try and buy games include Ninja Up, Danger Dash, Nitro Racing, Air Strike, and Sky Gift. In terms of camera, the Nokia 130 phone sports a rear VGA camera capable of capturing videos. The phone has Bluetooth connectivity. The phone is equipped with a flashlight, micro USB charging port, and a 3.5mm audio jack as well and it is powered by a 1020mAh battery.

Also read: Nokia 105 Launched in India

Talking about the Nokia 130, Ajey Mehta, VP -India, HMD Global said, “Phones are true companions, always by our side, in our pockets or bags. The Nokia 130 has been built to take the everyday knocks whilst 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.”

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