HMD Global has launched the Nokia 110 4G and Nokia 110 2G feature phones in India. In both these phones, the company has given a built-in UPI payment app, through which users will be able to make online payments.
The company has priced the Nokia 110 4G at Rs 3,299 and the Nokia 110 2G at Rs 1,699. Both the phones have been introduced by the company with IP52 certification, which keeps the phone safe from dust and water.
The company has given 1.8-inch QQVGA display in both the phones. At the same time, 1450 mAh battery has been given in Nokia 110 4G for power backup. The company claims that the phone's battery will give up to 8 hours of talk time backup. At the same time, the phone's battery will last 12 days in standby mode. Nokia 110 2G has a 1000 mAh battery.
Memory card up to 32GB can be installed in both feature phones. Both the devices have a QVGA camera sensor at the back.
The Nokia 110 4G will compete with Jio's Bharat V2 4G feature phone, which the company launched two days ago at a price of Rs 999. However, the Nokia 110 4G has been launched at Rs 2,300 less than Jio's feature phone. Along with this, Jio has also introduced a plan of Rs 123 for its feature phones.