Mobile tech news is usually dominated by high-end devices with dual core processors and more storage than my first PC. Nokia broke ranks last week at the 2013 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and touted its most affordable phone ever.
The 105 is aimed at first-time buyers and users seeking a back-up device. It incorporates a bright color screen with simple menus and essential features including an FM radio, multiple alarm clocks, a dust and splash-proof pillowed keypad and a flashlight. Lasting up to 35-days on a single charge- oh yeah.. the device also makes telephone calls!