Distinct attention is being paid to cellphones that have less features than traditional smartphones, which is being seen in the form of the new Nokia 105. Featuring a 1.8 inch QQVGA display, the cellphone has 4MB of RAM and 4MB of storage, which makes it suitable for very minimal usage such as making calls or sending text messages.
The new Nokia 105 comes in three color options including black, blue and white, and is set to retail at a cost of just $15 when it is released. The handset has an 800 mAH battery pack, while also offering GSM 900/1800 frequencies in the EU and 850/1900 in the US. The cellphone is set to be available in two options including a dual-SIM and single-SIM version.