Microsoft Devices recently launched the Nokia 130 in the Indian market at a price tag of 1649 INR which roughly translates to 27 USD. Yes, it is cheap. But is there a market for a feature phone with the ever reducing prices of smartphones.
While the Nokia 130 may be meant for first time mobile buyers, it can also serve as a reliable back up phone for your existing smartphone. Consider the below statistics:
- 46 hours of continuous music playback
- 36 days of standby battery life
While smartphones are no doubt far ahead on everything, there is still one sore factor – battery life. It is hard to go on for a second day without charging a smartphone.
Here is where Nokia 130 steps in. With an astounding battery life, it can be the ideal backup phone for the times when your smartphone is dying on you. For the other times, it can be your music player with 46 hours of music playback.
So are you considering buying the Nokia 130 as a backup phone?