Nokia 105 Classic Feature Phone Debuts in India with UPI Integration: Price, Specs Revealed

by October 30, 2023 0 comments

On Thursday, 26 October, the Nokia 105 Classic was released in India. The Nokia 105 Classic phone includes an in-built UPI application to facilitate transactions. It also has FM radio connectivity that is wireless. On the Nokia 105 Classic smartphone purchase, the manufacturer offers a one-year replacement guarantee. The Nokia 105 Classic phone is available in single-SIM and dual-SIM configurations, with or without a charger. It comes in two different colours. The device joins the Nokia 105 model, released earlier this year and includes UPI 123PAY functionality.

Nokia 105 Classic cost

The Nokia 105 Classic is available in Blue and Charcoal colour variants and costs Rs. 999 in India. The Nokia 105 Classic phone will be available on 26 October in four variants: single-SIM, dual-SIM, with and without chargers.

Nokia 105 Classic technical specs

The Nokia 105 Classic claims to have passed extensive durability tests and hence offers exemplary performance even in the harshest outdoor situations. The ergonomic design, including the precise spacing between keys, is intended to improve user experience.

Although HMD Global has yet to release a complete specification sheet for the Nokia 105 Classic, the company has verified that the phone’s 800mAh battery provides a long battery life with prolonged standby time.

Other significant features of the Nokia 105 Classic include wireless FM radio connectivity capabilities. It provides consumers with the pleasure and enjoyment of FM radio without the need to carry along a set of earbuds.

The business stated that the Nokia 105 Classic supports UPI transaction accessibility in a press statement but did not specify which UPI application it comes with. In addition, the Nokia 105 Classic phone comes with a one-year replacement guarantee from the date of purchase.

Meanwhile, the Nokia 105 (2023) is available in India for Rs. 1,299 and comes in Charcoal, Cyan, and Red colour variants. It debuted alongside the Nokia 106 4G, which costs Rs. 2,199 in India.

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