Nokia 105 (2019) Key Specification
About Nokia 105 (2019)
The Nokia 105 (2019) runs Series 30+ and is powered by an 800mAh removable battery. Nokia 105 (2019) based on Series 30+ and packs 4MB of inbuilt storage. The Nokia 105 (2019) is a dual-SIM mobile that accepts Micro-SIM and Micro-SIM cards. Connectivity options on the Nokia 105 (2019) include 802.11 No, Micro-USB, and FM radio with active 4G on both SIM cards. The Nokia 105 (2019) measures 119.00 x 49.20 x 14.40mm (height x width x thickness) and weighs 73.02 grams. It was launched in Blue, Pink, and Black colors. It bears a polycarbonate body.
Nokia” is derived from the town Nokia and the Nokianvirta river. Nokia Corporation is the world’s largest manufacturer of mobile phones, serving customers in 130 countries. Nokia is divided into four business groups: Mobile Phones, Multimedia, Enterprise Solutions, and Networks. The Mobile Phones group markets wireless voice and data products in consumer and corporate markets. The Multimedia segment sells mobile gaming devices, home satellite systems, and cable television set-top boxes. The Enterprise Solutions group develops wireless systems for use in the corporate sector. Wireless switching and transmission equipment is sold through the company’s Networks division. Nokia operates 15 manufacturing facilities in nine countries and maintains research and development facilities in 12 countries. During the early 1960s, Nokia began to diversify in an attempt to transform the company into a regional conglomerate with interests beyond Finnish borders. Unable to initiate strong internal growth, Nokia turned its attention to acquisitions. The government, however, hoping to rationalize two underperforming basic industries, favored Nokia’s expansion within the country and encouraged its eventual merger with Finnish Rubber Works, which was founded in 1898, and Finnish Cable Works, which was formed in 1912, to form Nokia Corporation. When the amalgamation was completed in 1966, Nokia was involved in several new industries, including integrated cable operations, electronics, tires, and rubber footwear, and had made its first public share offering.