Meet the Nokia 105, a budget-priced handset that will cost just $20. It features an FM radio tuner, a torch (flashlight), and is good for 35-days of continuous use on a single charge. According to Nokia, "the phone was created to offer the essentials - phone calls and SMS - but also some desirable extras." Continue reading for two videos and more information.
The 105, which is now the lowest-priced model in the company's range, marks the end of an era as the handset's color screen means that Nokia has officially made their last phone with a monochrome display. The company also stated: "Nokia's experience in optimizing phone quality, combined with its global footprint and economies of scale, is a major contributor to being able to work to such a low price."