We have been fiddling with smartphones that we have become used to charging our phones overnight. The essential functions of a phone have taken a backseat, but there's still something to a phone which can last more than a day and be there when you need to actually use it. That's where the Nokia 108 dual SIM comes in. Its a feature phone will all the essential elements to make it more useful, including a VGA camera with video recording, MP3 player, micro SD card slot to store your music, photos and videos. It has a 1.8-inch display which isn't anything to write home about, but the phone costs just around Rs. 2000, what more can you expect. Well there is something more, 25 days of stand-by time.
Here's our unboxing of the Nokia 108 Dual SIM in Red color:
In The Box
You have the general accessories that come in the box including a good quality headset, wall charger, a quick start guide and the 950 mAh battery. What's to marvel at here is the quality of the accessories, which just goes to show Nokia's care towards its brand name and consumers.
Its a feature phone therefore we won't go into its specs, display and other attributes. Build quality is of utmost importance here and the Nokia 108 doesn't fail to impress. From its polycarbonate backcover to its solid construction with no creaking or gaps makes it the perfect companion on a comping trip where your smartphone will die out in a single day.
The display is good enough to read dialed numbers and that occasional text message, and the keypad alongwith the 5 way DPad don;t make any clickety sounds which is an added bonus. There's a flashlight as well, which works fine but isn't that bright. The phone also comes with Nokia SLAM using which you can easily transfer files over bluetooth with any other device. There are several other basic functions which we'll test out in our final review. Till then here are some hands-on images of the Nokia 108 dual-SIM.