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Nokia 130

Microsoft proves it isn’t done yet with “dumbphones” as it introduces the no-frills Nokia 130. Harkening back to the mobile phones of old and developed with developing markets in mind, the 130 comes powered by Series 30+ software and features a 1.8-inch color screen and old school nine-button keypad while including basic smartphone features–such as video and music–along with a built-in FM radio and a microSD slot for up to 32GB of storage. Impressively, the 130′s battery will last up to 36 days while in standby mode.

Available in either single-SIM or dual-SIM form–perfect for combining personal and work numbers into a single phone–the Nokia 130 will be available soon in China, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Nigeria, Pakistan, the Philippines, and Vietnam for just $25 USD.

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