Microsoft Announces New Nokia 130 Basic Mobile Device, It Only Costs €19

Microsoft today announced the new Nokia 130, the most affordable mobile phone with FM Radio, video and music player. It comes with a beautiful design with a 1.8” colour display, inherent colouring, and built-in flashlight on the back with talk time of up to 13 hours. The Nokia 130 is available in both Single and Dual SIM offering standby times of up to 36 days and 26 days respectively. It supports SD cards up to 32GB.

If that’s not enough, the built-in MP3 player can pump out the tunes for up to 46 hours, that’s almost 2 days of playback! With support to store up to 6000 songs on an SD card*, you’ll never miss a beat.

You can also share your content via the SD card, USB or using Bluetooth with SLAM technology, all without an Internet connection.

And how much does it cost? It only costs €19.

The Nokia 130 and Nokia 130 Dual SIM are available in red, black and white and will be available this quarter.

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  • Krinos

    I expect that MS is just finishing releasing the products it had in the development pipeline at the time they inherited the mobile phone unit, just like the X2. And that once they’re done they’ll scale down or close the development group, just like the Android group.

  • MuhsSalah

    Didn’t they say no series 40, asha or nokia X anymore ???? I know this is a series 30 phone (btw, series 30 wasn’t included in the internal meme), but I thought they would stop it too. Maybe, after the recent feature phone sales numbers, they thought it’s too valuable to stop feature phone at the current being.

  • Rikkirik

    Is this to replace the Nokia feature phones?? This is a great development for Microsoft.