Nokia introduces five new feature phones

HMD Global, announced the launch of seven new Nokia phones in Bangladesh. Ravi Kunwar, Head-Pan Asia, HMD Global made the announcement at a press conference held at The Westin Hotel in the capital on Wednesday.

Ravi Kunwar said, “Bangladesh has always been a special market for us because of the love and support we have received from our fans over the years. 

The new smartphones we have launched today are class-defining and I'm sure our fans looking for top class display and imaging experience in a beautifully crafted Nordic design will love them”.  Two new smartphones: The Nokia 7.2, a class-defining smartphone with a powerful 48MP triple camera featuring ZEISS Optics, and the Nokia 6.2, where the breath-taking PureDisplay meets an advanced triple camera setup powered by AI experiences, all in one accessible smartphone.  Both smartphones come with a signature two-day battery life and deliver segment leading experiences to users in display and imaging. 

In addition, both the Nokia 7.2 and Nokia 6.2 are Android 10-ready and take a leap forward in craftsmanship and materials exploration bringing premium Nordic designs to the mid-segment.

Five new feature phones to address specific user needs: The Nokia 800 Tough is the first rugged Nokia phone from HMD Global, representing a new hallmark in durability and battery life that comes perfectly paired with essential modern tech like the Google Assistant, WhatsApp, 4G and more. 

The Nokia 2720 Flip is compact and tactile but transformed in usability thanks to the integrated AI technology. 

The Nokia 220 4G supports HD voice calls over 4G LTE*, also allowing users to use social media and browse their favourite websites with the web browser. 

The Nokia 110 is all about entertainment – an MP3 player for your music collection, built-in camera, an FM radio and games – in an extremely affordable package. 

Lastly, the all new fourth generation Nokia 105, the most popular Nokia feature phone comes with everything it is known for – a modern design and functionality, including a battery that allows the user you to talk from sunset to sunrise with one charge. Farhan Rashid, Head of Business of HMD Global, Bangladesh, said, “As leaders of the feature phone segment, we continue to bring innovations in design, form-factor and functionality to ensure we meet the diverse needs of our consumers. Our new Nokia feature phones expand our portfolio to reach completely new audiences, delivering access to the latest features and networks in a reliable, familiar Nokia phone package.”