For some reason, Nokia has discreetly posted a new handset on its website, and it is called the Nokia 114. Perhaps the Finnish phone maker realized that this phone needs no special introduction, as it is basically a simple handset that costs way cheaper than its the Lumia 920 and Lumia 820.
But in spite of that, the Nokia 114 has managed to feature dual-SIM capabilities. The Nokia 114 sports a tiny 1.8 inch display with a 160 x 128 resolution. It comes with a Nokia browser, Nokia, Facebook , Twitter, and Windows Live Messenger. Other features include a 0.3-megapixel camera, Bluetooth 2.1 support, a 1,020 mAh battery, and microSD card support up to 32GB.
The Nokia 114 comes in black, blue, and purple colors, however, the price has yet to be detailed. Nokia has released a slew of dual-SIM handsets lately. One of them is the QWERTY Nokia 206, and another is the more advanced touch-enabled Asha 308. Anyone interested in a classic Nokia handset nowadays? We’d be surprised.
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