E-commerce listings reveal Nokia 105 4G price after launch..

Jan 18,2022

Several weeks after the 5G handset was made public, Nokia published its 4G price. A wireless FM radio and a built-in LED torch is among the new features of the Nokia feature phone. VoLTE is also available on the smartphone. Even though it's an entry-level phone, in China, you can make seamless payments using AliPay. 

Nokia 105 4G


Price in Pakistan Rs: 4,999
Chipset Unisoc T107
Technology QQVGA Display
Size 1.8 Inches
Resolution 120 x 160 Pixels (~113 PPI)
Protection N/A
Extra Features N/A
Built-in 48MB Built-in, 128MB RAM
Card No
Main No Camera
Features N/A
Front No Camera
Sensors N/A
Audio MP3 player, 3-in-1 speaker
Browser No
Messaging SMS
Games Built-in + Downloadable
Torch Yes
Extra Readout assist, Torch, Games, English with Oxford (from Origin Data), Internet
Capacity (Li-ion Removable), 1020 mAh
Standby up to 11 days (Dual SIM, 3G)
Talktime up to 6 hrs (Dual SIM, 3G)
Price Rs: 4,999

HMD Global, the licensee of the Nokia brand, the Nokia 105 4G and Nokia 110 4G earlier this month. There is a significant difference between the Nokia 105 4G, and the Nokia 110 in its camera. The Nokia 110 features a camera that does not appear on the Nokia 105 4G.

Prices and availability for Nokia 105 4G

E-commerce listings show that the Nokia 105 4G will cost 4,999. The phone will be available in black, blue, and red colors in China. 

Nokia 105 4G specifications

Dual-SIM (Nano) Nokia 105 4G has a 1.8-inch QQVGA (120x160 pixels) colour screen and is driven by Unisoc T107 SoC, along with 128MB of RAM and 48MB of onboard memory. MicroSD card expansion is also possible up to 32GB using the phone's slot. In addition to 4G LTE, FM radio, a Micro-USB port, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. There is also an LED torch.

This content includes games, an Internet browser, and an English dictionary on the Nokia 105 4G. Readout Assist also allows you to hear the onscreen menu items read out loud.

After CEO Pekka Lundmark's shakeup, Nokia is back in the Grace

Just one year after Pekka Lundmark took over the reins at Nokia, changing geopolitics and a new round of cost-cutting have propelled Nokia back into the global 5G rollout race.

Even US pressure on European governments to crack down on China's Huawei gave Nokia 5310 price the upper hand against archrival Ericsson, despite Nokia's missteps in choosing the wrong type of chips and losing a multi-billion dollar Verizon contract to Samsung.

Nokia said earlier this month that it would raise its full-year outlook when it reports its second-quarter results on Thursday. Lundmark spoke of a challenging year of transition with "meaningful headwinds" in February, but two strong quarters have led to a turnaround.