New Nokia 110 Africa Edition Hits Markets
By Adedapo Adesanya
As it continues to unravel its ranges of new products, HMD Global, the home of Nokia phones, has unveiled the latest Nokia 110 Africa Edition.
The entertainment-packed phone is revitalised to deliver more value and connectivity with its wireless FM radio so users can tune into their favourite news, sports and more on the go while being headset free.
Speaking on this, Mr Joseph Umunakwe, General Manager, West, East and Central Africa at HMD Global said, “Feature phones play an integral role in keeping people connected. People want a handset that doesn’t have them worrying about their battery life. They want a device that can survive and still look great after the daily challenges of life.
“Overall, people want a phone that is going to provide the most value possible, which is why we’re releasing the Nokia 110 Africa Edition. The Nokia 110 Africa Edition is a feature phone that we see people keeping for longer, providing them with the entertainment and connectivity needed to succeed every day,” he said.
Review of the Nokia 110 African Edition
Nokia 110 Africa Edition has a built-in MP3 player with plentiful storage that can be extended to 32GB with a memory card.
This is in addition to a wireless FM radio that enthusiasts can use to catch up on the latest news stories as well as the feature to share the audio with the loudspeaker completely wirelessly.
The new phone comes with four fun-filled pre-loaded games which include Tetris and Snake.
The Nokia 110 Africa Edition also comes with a built-in torch and can save essential contacts (up to a bumper 2,000) as well as up to 500 SMS messages.
Nokia 110 Africa Edition also has a rear-view camera that can allow photography enthusiasts to capture those once-in-a-lifetime moments at a touch of a button and share them with friends and family.
In terms of battery life and health, Nokia 110 African Edition comes with a battery that lets users chat for hours on a single charge. The battery lasts even longer when it is not used for calls.
In terms of design, the Nokia 110 Africa Edition also feels great in the hand as it is expertly devised to mould snugly in the holder’s palm to prevent it from slipping out of their fingers. The handsets’ durable and robust qualities are housed in award-winning Nordic design expertise.
Pricing and availability
The Nokia 110 Africa Edition is available in Nigeria in Navy Blue and Green from N9,600.