Nokia just officially unveiled the Nokia 110 and 112, phones that bring fun and color to Nokia’s low-end lineup and offer a solid battery life for a dirt cheap price. What’s more to want? Both are dual-SIM phones for carrier indepence, but not only that - they are running on Series 40 and even come with EDGE connecivity and access to the Internet.
The Nokia 110 and 112 are actually almost identical - designwise, you’d find it hard to tell them apart. It’s the battery stuffing that makes the Nokia 112 slightly more expensive and in exchange you get more runtime that will make your smartphone blush in shame.
Additionally, you have the full power of Series 40 in your hands, and once again for such a low price that’s already quite an advantage. You have Nokia Browser that will compress the web so you spend less megabytes, and there's even access to Facebook and Twitter.
Pair this with a microSD support for up to 32GB cards and 40 free premium games from EA, and we can imagine you have a lot of fun on those small screens. Games include Tetris, Bejeweled, Need for Speed The Run, Monopoly Here & Now, and SimCity Deluxe, among others. These two will also easily double as durable music players. Here are the spec highlights for the two devices:
- 1.8-inch TFT LCD screen with a resolution of 128x160pixels
- VGA digital camera
- GPRS/EDGE, Bluetooth v2.1 with EDR, 3.5 mm AV connector
- FM Radio & Media player
- Dual SIM capability
- Dual-band GSM 900/1800MHz radio
- 2.0 mm Charger Connector
The Nokia 110 release date is Q2 2012, and the Nokia 112 will hit shelves in the third quarter of the year. The price of the Nokia 110 is set at around $45 (35 euro), while the Nokia 112 will cost some $49 (38 euro).