Nokia 150 Officially Unveiled in China, Sells For 229 Yuan ($32)

    Earlier this morning, Nokia officially unveiled their popular Nokia 150 feature phone in China. The phone is price at 229 yuan ($32), and sales will be commencing at the device’s launch on June 9.

    Unlike their previous feature phone the Nokia 125, The Nokia 150 features a much larger and more easy to view 2.4-inch screen, which is 33% larger than the original device’s 1.8-inch screen. It is equipped with a large font display and a new comfortable design for easy gripping.

    The Nokia 150 supports dual card dual standby, and you can double-click the up arrow key to quickly turn on the LED flashlight. It has functions such as FM radio, and there’s even the classic Snake game. It has nice large and comfy button for easy typing and calls too, making it ideal for older, less tech savvy people.

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