HMD launches the HMD 105 and HMD 110 phones, with great battery life but without the Nokia branding

HMD launches the HMD 105 and HMD 110 phones, with great battery life but without the Nokia branding
HMD launches the HMD 105 and HMD 110 phones, with great battery life but without the Nokia branding

HMD has released several devices lately, including several Nokia-branded phones. For context, it was barely a month ago that the company introduced the Nokia 3210 2024, a reincarnation of the Nokia 3210 on its 25th anniversary. Additionally, it sold the Nokia 215, Nokia 225, and Nokia 235 starting in late April, all of which feature LTE connectivity, USB Type-C ports, and Snake, among other features.

Today, HMD Global changed its tune by revealing new feature phones bearing its brand rather than that of Nokia. Ultimately, the HMD 105 and HMD 110 replace the Nokia 105 and Nokia 110 (currently $39.99 at Amazon), which are now reaching their third anniversary. In short, little separates the HMD 105 from the HMD 110, with both sharing a 1,000mAh battery with 18 days of battery life and a small screen surrounded by thick bezels.

However, the HMD 105 won’t come with a rear camera or LED flash, just like the Nokia 105 (currently $34.99 at Amazon) before it. Additionally, both new feature phones will contain a 3.5mm jack and a Micro USB port rather than the more versatile USB Type-C equivalent. Although HMD Global has yet to confirm many specifications, it did emphasize that both feature phones will support the Unified Payments Interface (UPI), an instant payment system developed by the National Payments Corporation of India. For now, HMD Global has priced the HMD 105 and HMD 110 at INR 999 (~$12) and INR 1,199 (~$14), respectively, but nothing has been announced yet regarding a international release.

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