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1 month standby time for HMD | Nokia’s first handset, Nokia 150

| December 13, 2016 | 9 Replies

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The first Nokia phone from HMD is a mobile phone called the Nokia 150. It’s the first being launched not via MS (Nokia 216 launched in September).

Nothing spectacular worth noting specs wise.  The battery is as you’d expect from a Nokia candybar, over a month.

This is part of the original Nokia and HMD plan to produce mobile phones first before their Android powered offerings.

img_20161213_124003Technical profile

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    • System: Dual band 900/1800 MHz
    • Software platform: Nokia Series 30+
    • Dimensions: 118.0×50.2×13.5mm
    • Weight: 81.0g (including battery)
    • Display: 2.4’’ QVGA (240*320)
    • Connectivity: micro USB, 3.5mm AV connector, Bluetooth 3.0 with SLAM
    • Camera: VGA camera with LED flash
    • Up to 32GB microSD card supported
    • LED torchlight
    • Operating times
    • Standby time: up to 31 days
    • Talk time: up to 22 hours
    • MP3 playback up to 40 hours
    • FM radio playback up to 56 hours
    • Nokia 150 sales package includes
    • Nokia 150 device
    • Battery: BL-5C (1020 mAh)
    • Micro-USB Charger
    • Headset WH-10
    • Optional accessories
    • Headset WH-308
    • MicroSDHC memory card MU-43 (8GB)

 

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Source: Nokia

Cheers loveNokia for the tip

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