HMD Global, the home of Nokia phones, announced today the availability of the Nokia 106 in the Philippines. The Nokia 106 is a handy feature phone that offers incredible battery life at a great price.
“Committed to offering only premium mobile experience, we make sure that we address diverse consumer needs. The Nokia Android-powered smartphones that we have recently launched and today’s highlight, the Nokia 106, are designed for markets of different styles and demands yet keep the same reliable quality that Nokia mobile is known for,” said Shannon Mead, country manager for the Philippines, HMD Global. “This handy feature phone is specially made for those who are looking for a secondary phone or a more simplistic mobile experience with only the everyday essentials of text and calls.”
Simply essential from sunrise to sunset
The Nokia 106 features an incredible battery life of up to 15.7 hours talk time and 21 days standby time, enabling fans to talk from sunrise to sunset on a single charge. Promoting a user-friendly experience, the Nokia 106 can also be powered through a standard and micro-USB charger.
The Nokia 106 brings an iconic Nokia feature phone design in a tough polycarbonate body. Its inherent colouring means the colour runs through the material, making scratches less detectable. Thanks to the contoured design, the Nokia 106 fits perfectly in the hand. The carefully considered spacing between each button on the keypad also makes dialling and texting easy even in the dark.
Featuring everyday essentials, the Nokia 106 has the space to hold up to 2,000 contacts and store up to 500 messages. It also comes with an LED torch, an FM radio and the classic Snake Xenzia game for longer fun moments with friends or family.
The Nokia 106 is available in Dark Grey for P890 online and in-store at any authorized Nokia mobile resellers and Nokia Mobile-branded stores, kiosks and exhibits nationwide.
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