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Nokia 130 now available in Kenya Stores

Nokia 130 delivers hours of music and video, plus amazing standby time, for just KES 2,500

Nokia 130, the latest addition to Microsoft Devices Group’s “first” phone portfolio, has started selling in Kenya.

The phone is ideal for first time mobile phone buyers or people seeking a reliable backup phone to complement their existing smartphone.

It boasts a built-in video player, music player with up to 46 hours continuous playback on a single charge and everyday essentials including outstanding battery life, a flashlight, FM radio and USB charging, all for a suggested retail price of just KES 2,500.

Featuring a 1.8″ colour display, durable design and a standby time of up to 36 days for the single SIM variant and 26 days for the Dual SIM, the Nokia 130 is built to last.

With the ability to store up to 6,000 songs on a 32GB SD card, people can stay entertained for longer, while sharing digital content with friends and family is easy with the Bluetooth-enabled SLAM application and USB connectivity.

“With its distinctive design, entertainment features and accessible price, the Nokia 130 and Nokia 130 Dual SIM will introduce millions of people to new mobile experiences,” said Kingori Gitahi, Product Manager, Microsoft Devices Group. “As our most affordable phone with video and music playback, the Nokia 130 is a great first or backup phone.”

The Nokia 130 and Nokia 130 Dual SIM are available in black.

Product specifications and availability

Nokia 130: Specifications at a glance:

* Up to 36 days standby (Single SIM) 26 days (Dual SIM), 13 hours 2G talk time.
46 hours music playback, 16 hours video playback
* 1.8″ QQVGA colour display
* 1020mAh battery
* Connectivity USB 2.0, 3.5mm AV Connector, microSD, Bluetooth 3.0 with SLAM
* Available colours: Black

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