Nokia launches two new feature phones and TWS earbuds in India

HMD Global, the company that owns the rights to build device under Nokia brand, has launched two new feature phones and two TWS earbuds — Nokia 105, Nokia 105 Plus, Comfort Earbuds and Go Earbuds+ — in India. The feature phones and TWS earbuds are launched alongside the Nokia G21 and Nokia C01 Plus smartphones.
Nokia 105, Nokia 105 Plus: Price and availability
The company has launched the Nokia 105 at Rs 1,299 and the Nokia 105 Plus is priced at Rs 1,399. The former will be available in two colour options — Red and Charcoal.
The feature phones will be available across the country via both offline and online retail stores.
Nokia Comfort Earbuds, Go Earbuds+: Price and availability
The two new TWS earbuds Nokia Comfort Earbuds and Go Earbuds+ are priced at Rs 2,799 and Rs 1,999 respectively.
The TWS earbuds are now available for purchase at local retail stores and via an e-commerce site.
Nokia 105, Nokia 105 Plus: Features
The Nokia 105 comes with built-in FM radio, allowing users to tune into their favourite radio stations without plugging in the headset. It also comes with pre-loaded games like Snake and claims to offer long-lasting battery life.
The Nokia 105 Plus, on the other hand, comes with a built-in music player with support for MP3 files and it also includes an SD card slot to expand the storage capacity of the phone.
The phone is backed by a 1000mAh battery and comes with an auto call recording option.
Similar to the non-Plus variant, the Nokia 105 Plus also comes with a modern-looking design with scratch-free materials.
Nokia Comfort Earbuds, Go Earbuds+: Features
Nokia Comfort Earbuds claim to offer 29 hours of playtime and the company claims that it features a comfortable design that offers maximum comfort to listeners. The earbuds are IPX5 rated.
The Nokia Go Earbuds+ are rated to deliver up to 26 hours of playtime and come with large 13 mm drivers for deep bass effect. They are IPX4 sweat and splash resistant and have easy-to-use touch controls.

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