Nokia 150, Nokia 150 Dual Sim Release Date, Specs, News & Updates: Nokia Trying To Make A Comeback; Specs Of The New Phones Released!

By Karen de la Cruz , Updated Dec 16, 2016 09:20 PM EST

HMD Global, a company headquartered in Finland that now has the exclusive rights to use the Nokia brand name, has recently announced the launch of the Nokia 150 and the Nokia 150 Dual Sim smartphones in its bid to take a pie of the global smartphone market. In launching these two models, HMD Global hopes to make a successful comeback in the market that it had once dominated. Nokia was one the first companies to introduce affordable mobile phones in the world market.

It can be recalled that Nokia was once the world's dominant cellphone maker. However, it missed the shift to smartphones. With the launch of the Nokia 150 and the Nokia 150 Dual Sim, HMD Global is looking to recover its standing in the smartphone industry.

Outstanding Battery Life

A press release from the company stated that Nokia 150 and the Nokia 150 Dual Sim have remarkable battery life so to ensure users they can stay connected longer. Its talk time lasts up to 22 hours and standby times up to 31 days for the Single SIM and 25 days for the Dual SIM variant.

Other Features That Reflect The Quality Nokia Is Known For

Nokia 150 and Nokia 150 Dual Sim are expected to have identical functional features. They take us back to the old days with features like MP3 player, Bluetooth, Nokia's SLAM sharing technology, VGA camera with LED flash. The new models will also have Snake Xenzia, the trademark Nokia game. They have a 2.4-inch QVGA display screen and operating system of Nokia Series 30+ OS.

Nokia's comeback with Nokia 150 and Nokia 150 Dual Sim may not be able to excite everyone since the phones don't come with high-powered cameras, an internet access, or a touchscreen - features that most mobile users are looking for these days. Yet it could be, at best, a second budget device.

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