And just like that HMD Global unveiled the first Nokia phones in the post-Microsoft era. Calm down, the Nokia 150 and Nokia 150 Dual SIM are just feature phones, the kind of which there are oh so many.
Both will cost around $26/25 (before taxes and subsidies) and are pretty much a a follow-up to the Nokia 215 and others. This means MP3 and FM radio, Bluetooth with SLAM (a substitute for NFC) and stellar battery life – 22 hours of talk time and up to 31 days of standby.
Aside from audio, the two phones come with games for entertainment – Snake Xenzia is preloaded, plus a try and buy version of Nitro Racing. Theres a camera with flash too, but at VGA resolution its going to see very limited use.