HMD Global has announced a new button button phone that operates up to 21 days from a full battery charge, whose capacity is 800 mAh.
The device was called Nokia 106 – it will apparently be the successor to the Nokia 105, sold in Russia at a price of 1,490 rubles. The cost of the new "grandmother" according to CNews will be 1 590 rubles.
In talk mode, the smartphone can work up to 15 hours. The device is equipped with a 1.8-inch color display, has a notebook with 2000 connectors and stores up to 500 SMS messages in memory.
The function mode for two SIM cards is supported, the amount of internal memory is 4 MB (this is not a font), charging is done via the standard Micro USB port. The integrated camera in Nokia 106 is missing.