The new version of the “long-liver” received a battery with an increased capacity of 42% – up to 1450 mAh, the internal flash memory was increased to 32 GB. There’s also Bluetooth 5.0 support, new fonts, and a Chinese Ziguang Zhanrui T107 chip with support for 4G and two SIM cards.
Since HMD Global is owned by a Chinese seller, the new product will first go for $29 in the Celestial market. At the current exchange rate, this is about 2,357 rubles.
Also, the updated version of Nokia 105 4G supports wireless earbuds, Alipay service, has a built-in flashlight and Snake game.
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