ESPOO, 12th MAY 2020 – HMD Global, the home of Nokia phones, today announces the Nokia 125 and the Nokia 150, its most affordable 2.4” screen phones to date. Both devices have been designed for ultimate ease of use. Nokia 125 and Nokia 150 both feature an all-new longer design, creating more space for bigger buttons so that navigation, dialling and texting is easier than ever before. With a battery that lasts for weeks on a single charge¹, fans can play classic games like Snake, or use the wireless FM radio to stay entertained on either one of these devices. For those looking for multimedia features at a low additional cost, the refined Nokia 150 has all the everyday essentials you need with additions including an MP3 player², and a camera² with flash to capture the moments that matter.
Juho Sarvikas, Chief Product Officer, HMD Global, said:
“As an industry leader in feature phones, we are constantly on a mission to improve usability and we are excited to announce two new phones that do just that today. Feature phones remain a popular choice for consumers and businesses alike and we know that ergonomic design is important to our customers. So we’ve developed a brand-new form factor for the category, with a design that maximises usability. At the same time, we’re bringing large 2.4” screens to the most affordable price points yet. Both phones offer a simple, yet extremely reliable experience – with the Nokia 150 packing multimedia features and a battery that lets you talk all day and night, while the stand-by time lasts for weeks.”
The Nokia 125 allows us to deliver our most affordable large 2.4” screen to date, providing a great viewing experience at an amazing price point. It comes with a truly ergonomic design with bigger buttons making the user experience easy. Keep your eye on that high score playing classic Snake and other great try-and-buy games and listen to music at your leisure with its wireless FM radio. Plus, with a durable finish, this is a phone that’s fit for everyday life.
Never miss a moment and chat with friends and family from sunrise to sunset, thanks to the Nokia 125’s long-lasting battery. There’s also enough storage to save up to 2,000 contacts and up to 500 SMS messages on the phone, so you can have all your friends just a text or a call away.
The Nokia 150 brings extra additions, allowing you to enjoy your tracks using the MP3 player with up to 32GB of expandable storage². Capture every moment with the VGA camera² and flash and share your pictures with your friends using Bluetooth³.
The Nokia 150 lets you play the classic game of Snake and others you can try and buy. Like the Nokia 125, this feature phone supports FM radio play without a headset. In addition, this phone makes dialling and texting simple to navigate with the 2.4” screen and large ergonomic keys. With an exterior made from high-quality, durable polycarbonate, the Nokia 150 can handle the knocks of everyday life. Coming with a battery life¹ that lets you talk all day and night, and lasts on standby for weeks, it truly is a phone you can rely on.
Pricing and availability
- Check local availability. The Nokia 150 comes in Red, Cyan and Black, and will be available in select markets for a global average retail price of 29 USD.
- Check local availability. The Nokia 125 comes in Charcoal Black and Powder White, and will be available in select markets for a global average retail price of 24 USD.
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About HMD Global
Headquartered in Espoo, Finland, HMD Global Oy is the home of Nokia phones. HMD designs and markets a range of smartphones and feature phones targeted at a range of consumers and price points. With a commitment to innovation and quality, HMD is the proud exclusive licensee of the Nokia brand for phones and tablets. For further information, see www.hmdglobal.com. Nokia is a registered trademark of Nokia Corporation. All specifications, features and other product information provided are subject to change without notice. Variations on offering may apply. Check local availability.
¹Standby time for the Nokia 150 is up to 23.4 days and talk time is up to 19.4 hours.
²MicroSD card required, sold separately.
³Bluetooth connection allows file sharing only. It does not allow for wireless audio connections.