And, perhaps more importantly, it will continue to work for years to come, which cannot be said about the 2019 models, which are 2G only – 2G networks (even some 3G ones) are already being shut off in some regions. The new models phones have single and dual-SIM versions and support multiple 4G bands (different for different regions).
The two phones are tiny, but capable enough for handling calls and music playback. There are two reasons to pick the Nokia 110 4G over its sibling. The first is a camera, though the official spec sheet doesn’t list the resolution, so we can only assume that it is not much. The second is a standard 3.5 mm headphone jack.
The two phones have 1.8” displays with 120 x 160 px resolution. They use big, easy to see icons and even “Readout assist”, which reads the menus out loud. HMD clearly took care to make these usable by elderly parents.
For entertainment, the phones support MP3 playback and have a microSD slot that can hold cards up to 32 GB. An FM radio is on board as well, which can work without headphones plugged in. An additional tool is an LED flashlight built into the top side of the phone (i.e. not a camera flash).
The handsets have 1,020 mAh batteries, which is enough for days of standby and up to 5 hours of voice calls (a bit more in 3G, up to 16 hours in 2G). Charging is done with the included charger using a microUSB cable.
However we do not have the prices for these devices yet as they were quietly launched.
Credit : GSM Arena