Today’s phones are filled with so many bells and whistles, just about anyone would have a hard time recounting them all from memory. Case in point is my Nexus 4. I could probably list off the phone’s major features, but when it comes to all that it can do, I’m sure I’d leave out a few that would have die-hard Android users raising a very large eyebrow in my direction. Give me a break. My Android knowledge is only a few months old.
Unfortunately, the same could not be said about Nokia’s latest phone, the 105. The Nokia 105 is the epitome of a dumb phone. But unlike its smartphone counterparts, the Nokia 105 can last up to 35 days on a single charge. This apparently equates to 12.5 hours of talk time. Calls are made using a 2G network, which uses far less power, and the screen measures just 1.4-inches – a major battery suck for today’s phones. Other features include a flash light, FM radio, and a dust and splash-proof keyboard.
That all being said, you’ll probably never be able to buy the Nokia 105, unless you live somewhere in Africa, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East, or Russia.