Shortly after introducing the Nokia Asha 205 and Nokia 206 feature phones, the Finnish company silently launched another entry-level handset, the Nokia 114.
Just like the previous models, Nokia 114 is a cheap feature phone aimed at emerging markets.
For the time being, the phone is only listed on Nokia India official site, but it might slowly be rolled out in other Asian countries, including China and Indonesia.
So far, we’ve been unable to determine the Nokia 114’s price tag, but it will surely cost less than $70/€55 outright.
It’s unclear how the phone made it on Nokia India page without the Finnish company officially announcing the handset, but we expect more details to emerge once the Nokia 114 hits shelves.
The phone is described as “a fast and simple way to go online, share and connect, with handy dual SIM to make more of your social networks.”
According to Nokia, “web browsing is easy, quick and cheaper, with compressed pages for faster downloads and lower data charges.” Furthermore, the handset maker claims that Nokia 114 users will be able to “call, text or browse in the network they prefer - swap SIM cards easily without even turning their phone off.”
Specs-wise, Nokia 114 offers dual-SIM ability (GSM/GSM) as its main strong point. Aside from that, the phone comes with a small 1.8-inch display that supports 128 x 160 pixels resolution and 65k colors.
In addition, the feature phone packs 16MB of internal memory, as well as microSD card slot for memory expansion (up to 32GB). It offers both GRPS and EDGE connectivity, along with Bluetooth 2.1 support.
Last but not least, the phone is powered by a 1020 mAh Li-Ion battery, which is rated by the manufacturer for up to 637 hours of standby time or up to 10.5 hours of talk time.