affordable and durable," these devices play on the nostalgia for Nokia devices of old that were reliable workhorses, and have a familiar user interface. As for the specs, you get a 2.4" display, physical keypad (duh), Bluetooth, FM radio, MP3 player, and a microSD slot. Thankfully, they charge with a standard microUSB cable, there is a VGA camera on the back, and the LED light can be used as a torch, in the best of Nokia's traditions.
We've saved the best for last - yes, you can play Snake Xenzia on them, and the battery life cited is only to be admired in this day and age. The talk time is up to 22 hours, while standby is up to 31 days for the single SIM, and 25 days for the dual SIM version. The new Nokia 150 will be available next quarter in Europe, Asia and Africa, for the equivalent of $26, any takers?