The Finnish company HMD Global, which owns the rights to use the Nokia brand cell phones, said Tuesday in a press release its new products: two models of mobile phone, Nokia 150 and Nokia 150 Dual SIM, at a price of $ 26 .
The company that owns the rights of the brand Nokia will launch two mobile phones with keypad buttons, without internet connection and with a month of battery life.

The new devices do not have internet access, have keyboard buttons and the battery life is exceptional and can take up to 31 days at rest. In addition, they will come preloaded with several games, including the classic ‘Snake Xenzia’ . These new models “combine a beautiful design with Nokia’s durability seal,” according to the statement. Global HMD has reached an agreement with Nokia to bring the brand back to the smartphone market next year, according to Reuters . The basic telephony business currently does most of its sales in India, in other parts of Asia and in Eastern Europe. Phones are expected to be available for sale in these and other markets in early 2017 . Follow PhoneBunch @PhoneBunch HMD first Global Announces ITS phones, the #Nokia 150 and Nokia 150 Dual-SIM – # Nokia150 http://2pb.in/2gV2PQ4 6:18 PM – 13 Dec 2016 Nokia was once the cell phone maker Most important in the world, but did not make the transition to smartphones in time. In 2014, he sold to Microsoft all related to mobile telephony and now focuses on the manufacture of telecommunications network equipment activities.