Smartphone major Nokia on Monday said Nokia 108 will be priced at $29 (excluding taxes and subsidies).
Nokia 108 camera phone has both single and dual SIM versions.
Shipments will be in the fourth quarter of 2013.
These two budget phones come with good quality camera capabilities, Nokia claimed.
Nokia 108’s Slam technology enables users to share content faster and more easily via Bluetooth.
These phones offer support for up to 32GB of external.
In addition to a VGA camera, the Nokia 108 features an integrated MP3 player, FM radio, Snake the game, multiple alarms and flashlight for staying entertained and productive while on-the-go.
Its battery offers up to 31 days’ standby time when using the single SIM Nokia 108. 25 days battery life will be available for the Nokia 108 Dual SIM
“There remains a huge segment of the global population that has yet to own a camera phone. For the next billion people and beyond, we aim to bring new mobile experiences to ever-lower price points, and the Nokia 108 and Nokia 108 Dual SIM are great examples of this commitment,” said Timo Toikkanen, executive vice president, Mobile Phones, Nokia.
The Dual SIM variant enables people to select which SIM card to use when making a call or sending a text message, helping them manage costs and maintain network coverage on-the-go, without the need to use several phones.