The device in question is the Nokia 150 feature phone that the Finnish company first introduced to the world in December last year and is already available in the European market.
Curious about the specifications? Wait no more.
The Nokia 150 sports a 2.4-inch QVGA display with a 240x320p resolution and comes running on the Nokia Series 30+ operating system.
Coming encased in a polycarbonate body, the phone also has an inbuilt storage space of 16GB, which is subject to further expansion (till 32GB) upon the usage of external sources.
The phone features dual-SIM slots (for accommodating two 2G SIMs) and also has a 16MB RAM in tow. To keep it alive, Nokia (or HMD Global, rather) has gone ahead with a very basic 1,020mAh Li-Ion battery.
For those wishing to count in physicality, the Nokia 150 weighs in at 82 grams and spans 11.7 x 5 x 1.3cm in terms of dimensions. Also, the phone has a 0.3MP camera (with LED flash) on its rear.
Some more features that the phone comes along with include MP3 player, FM radio and Bluetooth v3.0 with SLAM.
Furthermore, the device is likely to come with games like Snake Xenzia and Nitro Racing (try and buy version), that would be there pre-installed.
Now that you’ve come to know about the device, let us know what you think of it. Would you consider bringing it as a sidekick to your bigger phone?