There is no doubt that Nokia remains one of the most recognizable brands in the world. It reached a peak market share of 41% in 2007 in the global phone market before the rise of smartphones. While Nokia continues to exist today and continues to develop new models, it has fallen quite far from its former glory. Despite this, the legendary manufacturer has announced two new models. The Nokia 130 and Nokia 150 are not so smart phones.
Nokia 150 is not a new phone. Microsoft first announced this model in 2016 and updated it in 2020. Due to its refreshed design and features, it is once again gaining attention, despite not being modern. Despite not being a smartphone, this model does not offer any standout features.
The Nokia 150 has no information about the processor, but it has a 1450 mAh battery and a 0.3MP camera. The device lacks a front-facing camera, and the most notable feature appears to be its 3.5mm headphone jack. It runs on an operating system called S30+ rather than Android. It also gets an IP52 rating making it dust and water-resistant.
There is not much difference between the Nokia 130 and its predecessor, except for one important feature that is missing. We are taken on a real journey back in time with this model, which does not include a unique camera. On the back of the phone, in place of a camera, we see a fairly large speaker grill, which may be ideal for users who prefer listening to the radio rather than playing music from services such as Spotify or Apple Music.
There is a 2.4-inch screen with a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels and a 1450 mAh battery that provides a long battery life. The device lacks a front-facing & rear camera, and the most notable feature appears to be its 3.5mm headphone jack. It runs on an operating system called S30+ rather than Android. It also gets an IP52 rating making it dust and water-resistant.