HMD Global has re-released its latest classic mobile phone series, namely the Nokia 150 and Nokia 130. Both phones are arguably not as smart as smartphones on the market, but still have basic features as a means of communication.
Both the Nokia 150 and 130 only have 4MB of RAM and 4MB of storage. There is a microSD slot for adding storage up to 32GB. Meanwhile, the operating system for this Nokia feature phone does not use Android, but uses S30+.
Somewhat different from other Nokia feature phones, which already support 4G LTE network and WiFi connection. Both of these phones only support 2G networks, though these devices also get IP52 certification, making them water and dust resistant.
The Nokia 130 and Nokia 150 have similar dimensions of around 130.95mm (length) x 50.6mm (width) x 15.15mm (thickness) and weighs 106.3 grams. In terms of specifications, both are equipped with a removable battery with a capacity of 1,450 mAh, but the durability is claimed to last 20 hours for call time and 30 days on standby.