Beyond smartphones, HMD Global also announced three Nokia feature phones. Unlike the smartphones, each of these feature phones are fairly unique, with their own characteristics. They are the Nokia 110, the Nokia 2720 Flip and the Nokia 800 Tough.
The Nokia 110 is, in essence, the successor to the Nokia 105, which itself succeeds another phone with the same name. It comes with a 1.77-inch QQVGA display, a QVGA rear camera, 4MB of storage and RAM, with support for microSD cards of up to 32GB. Its 800mAh removable battery can keep it powered through 14 hours of talk time, up to 27 hours of music playback, and up to 18.5 days in standby.
Moving on, we have the Nokia 2720 Flip, for those who are after the nostalgic clamshell form factor. The basics of the phone include a 2MP camera, a Qualcomm 205 chipset, 512MB of RAM, and 4GB of internal storage, expandable by 32GB. Its wireless connectivity options include up to WiFi 802.11n, and Bluetooth 4.2.
This feature phone also comes with LTE connectivity, dual-Nano SIM support and WiFi Hotspot capability. This allows it to run a number of apps you’d normally associate with smartphones. These include the Google Assistant, WhatsApp, and even Facebook. It can run these apps thanks to its KaiOS.
And finally, we have the rugged Nokia 800 Tough. It shares a fair number of modern features with the 2720. These include the likes of the Bluetooth, WiFi and LTE connectivity, as well as its KaiOS. Other similarities include the 512MB RAM and 4GB internal storage, expandable by up to 32GB via microSD.
Beyond the similarities, other items on the 800’s spec sheet include a 2.4-inch QVGA display, Qualcomm’s 205 chipset, and a 2100mAh battery. It also comes with IP68-rated dust and water-proofing, as well as MIL-STD-810G rating for resistance to drops and extreme temperatures.
The Nokia 110 is priced at US$20 (~RM84), and slated to be available mid-September. Also available in September is the Nokia 2720 Flip, which is priced at EUR89 (~RM413). The Nokia 800 Tough comes with a EUR109 (~RM505), and will only be available in October. All that said, HMD Global has not yet announced these details for the local market.