Nokia 110 Lands In India For Rs 1,599, Makes Up For A Great Backup Phone

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When it comes to feature phones, Nokia is the first name that pop-up in your mind. Rightly so, because the Finnish brand has released plenty of great phones in this category including iconic 3310. Now for the modern times, the house of HMD has launched the Nokia 110 (2019) in India. It is a simple candybar phone with a few additional features such as an MP3 player along with FM radio and a few games. Made of polycarbonate, it fits snugly in your palm and can take a lot of wear and tear. It certainly isn’t made to be your daily driver. But can be an excellent backup device when your smartphone runs out of battery. Let’s see what else has it got to offer.

Nokia 110 Features

Nokia 110 sports a 1.7-inch display packing-in just 160 x 120 pixels. With the aspect ratio of 4:3, the panel only supports 65k colors. It is not a touchscreen, and the navigation is taken care of by the device’s D-pad. At the heart of the phone is Spreadtrum’s SPRD 6531E processor. The Nokia 110 has paltry 4 MB of RAM, which is enough to handle Nokia’s Series 30+ software without an issue. There’s not much to talk in terms of photography. The device is equipped with only one camera at the back. Nokia hasn’t shed much light on it, but in terms of quality, it is a bit short of 1 MP.

The phone comes with an FM radio and MP3 app on-board. It has a 3.5 mm headphone jack and micro-USB port for charging and data transfer. It also has an LED torchlight, which may come in handy during the power cuts in India. The handset packs in an 800 mAh removable battery. According to Noia, it offers up to 14 hours of talk time and over 18 days on standby.

Nokia 110 Price and Availability

HMD showcased the Nokia 110 last month during the IFA event in Germany. In India, the handset will be available in blue, pink, and black. Priced at Rs 1,599, the phone can be bought by clicking here or from brick and mortar shops across the country.


Chandrakant is a sci-fi movie aficionado and wannabe space explorer. He writes about consumer technology for bread and butter. He has worked with some of the esteemed publications like PCMag, TechTree, Asian Age, Deccan Chronicle, NDTV Gadgets, and more.

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