Simplify Your Life With These Simplistic Mobile Phones


Mobile phones are a top priority nowadays. It is simply an obsession. People are among us but at the same they secluded themselves into loneliness. Here are some simplistic mobile phones to simplify your life. Please comment below to let us know what you think.

Nokia’s  relaunch of the classic Nokia 3310 goes on sale today, May 24. The nostalgic phone, first released in 2000. It has been revamped with more than ten times the battery life, a camera and a colour screen.

For those eager to ditch modern technology and return to the innocent days of text messages, credit, polyphonic ring tones and Snake, here’s everything we know about the 3310’s upcoming release.

It has maintained some of the best features of the original 3310 with improvements including a 30 day battery life on standby and 22 hours of talk-time in one charge. The latest 3310 has a new edition of Snake and 16GB internal storage.

It also has several additional features including a headphone jack, SD card slot, two-megapixel camera, FM radio, and 2.5G internet connection. All these features are packed into a smaller handset that weighs just 79.6g, compared with the original’s 133g.

Complex says: The Intensity II comes equipped with a comfortable QWERTY keyboard, high-resolution screen and good battery life. Social media apps like the Social Beat give you access to RSS feeds, along with your Facebook, Twitter, and MySpace updates. There’s also a one-click search feature located on the main screen courtesy of Bing. And best of all, there’s no data plan requirement, so you can text and send emails as much as you please. That’s pretty smart for a dumb phone.

Nokia 105. If you’re fed up with charging your smartphone every night – not to mention trawling through hundreds of features just to make a call – then you’re in luck.

Nokia has unveiled a simple £13 mobile phone that can last for 35 days on a single charge.

It is aimed at emerging markets where electricity is rare, but could also be sold as a back-up phone.

The £13 Nokia 105 mobile phone, which can last for 35 days on a single charge and will cost just £13 when it goes on sale in the coming weeks

The Nokia 105, which is set to go on sale within weeks, has a colored screen, built-in torch and an FM radio.

LG’s Verizon-ready Extravert 2 adds a slide-out QWERTY keyboard to the mix, offering a completely viewable screen and an easy way to input SMS messages. The 3.2-inch display offers both easy viewing and navigation around LG’s proprietary feature phone menu system. The two-megapixel camera offers a good opportunity to capture photos and video worth sharing via MMS and can be auto-scheduled to send your messages at a pre-set time. Smart LED notifications will change color to indicate a different alert such as a missed call, a received text message and more. Lastly, expandable memory supports a microSD card up to 32GB for adding music and additional storage for both photos and video.

Nokia Asha 201 mobile was launched in November 2012. The phone comes with a 2.40-inch display with a resolution of 240 pixels by 320 pixels at a PPI of 167 pixels per inch.

It comes with 32MB of RAM. The phone packs 10MB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 32GB via a microSD card. As far as the cameras are concerned, the Nokia Asha 201 packs a 2-megapixel primary camera on the rear

It measures 115.40 x 61.10 x 14.00 (height x width x thickness) and weigh 105.00 grams.

The Nokia Asha 201 is a single SIM (GSM) mobile that accepts a Regular-SIM. Connectivity options include Bluetooth and FM.
About Nokia
Nokia used to be one of the world’s biggest mobile phone manufacturers. It fell behind with the advent of iPhone and Android smartphones. In 2014, Microsoft bought Nokia’s Devices and Services division . In 2016, Finnish company HMD Global bought a part of Microsoft’s feature phone business. It has a licensing agreement that allows it to make smartphones under the Nokia brand.

Verizon Wireless officially introduced the Samsung Alias 2 today.  Available in charcoal gray, it’s yours for $79.99 after a 2-year contract signing and $50 mail-in-rebate.  Or you can opt for a 1-year and drop $149.99 or go month-to-month and drop $259.99.  I’m still in shock. Verizon can offer the first phone to sport an e-ink keypad for such a low price.

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