Nokia 109 announced: Cheapest S40 alive!

| November 1, 2012 | 13 Replies

Showing their love towards S40 platform, Nokia today has taken one more step in their business.This is the cheapest S40 phone till being priced at just 42$.

Achieving some of the showcasing features in this phone from Nokia has made it an interesting giving the superb battery life of 7.5hrs of talk time.The Nokia 109 will be available in black and cyan from this quarter in China, the Asia Pacific region and Europe.


Press release:
Today we announce the Nokia 109, the latest step forward in our strategy to connect the next billion and beyond to the Internet.
It’s designed for people who want an easy-to-use and affordable Internet-capable phone with the familiarity of a traditional keyboard.
Happily, armed with the Nokia Xpress Browser, they’ll find it easy-going. This cloud-accelerated browser reduces the data consumption of web pages by up to 90 per cent to deliver an easy and inexpensive web experience.

System Specs:
System: GSM 900/1800 GSM 850/1900
User Interface: Series 40
Dimensions: 110 x 46 x 14.8mm
Weight: 77g (including battery)
Display: 1.8-inch TFT; 128 x 160 pixels
Memory card: up to 32GB microSD
Connectivity: GPRS/EDGE, 2.0mm Charger Connector, 3.5mm AV connector

Let’s see how it will perform for Nokia?

Nokia press


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  • BJ

    Showing love? Milking it, rather like.

    • DM

      Stupid comment is stupid.

    • Viipottaja

      Milking is loving.

      Any lactation fetishist could have told you that.

      • nn

        But Elop is WP fetishist, that’s entirely different kind.

        • Viipottaja

          Yeah, so what? We all have our kinks (at least I hope you do too, other than whining about Elop… 😛 )!

      • viktor von d

        Trur, very true 😉

  • Jesus

    So, it’ll be sold just about everywhere but the USA, yet you feel the need to quote the price in USD? Cool.

    • Viipottaja

      That’s what she… I mean the press release said. 🙂

      Like it or not, US$ still a more universally easily understood comparison price currency than say the Euro.

    • Hoenstly even though I live in Jordan I still convert any gadget price back into USD before purchasing cause that’s what my “expensive or not” scale runs on.

    • exsanguine

      ..cuz the world trades in USD….

      now go play in the freeway.


  • Marc Aurel

    Nokia 110 without the VGA camera and smaller battery included (but the BL-5C and BL-5CB are interchangeable). Replaces the C1-02. Social networking and Xpress Browser (a.k.a. Nokia Browser for Series 40) are the big improvements over its predecessor. Strangely the public hardware specs are almost the same (e.g. 16 MiB of RAM), so the improvements must be mostly in software

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  • zymesh

    No CAMERA!!!! yes! i can now bring a sort of smart phone inside the office. Im working in a security freak office that doesnt allow cellphones with cameras and USBs… ftw