The hottest Microsoft launched the cheapest Nokia

2022-08-18
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Microsoft launched the cheapest Nokia new 105 ultra long standby at only $20

Microsoft has just launched a new one, worth $20 (about 124 yuan). This kind of staff working in such an environment is not good for health. Nokia 105 is mainly aimed at emerging markets. Its purpose is to allow more people to connect through 2G technology

Time magazine said on June 3 that Microsoft had just launched a new model, worth $20 (about 124 yuan). According to the current development situation of the domestic plastic machinery industry, there are low independent innovation ability and few advanced and personalized special varieties. Microsoft announced on its website that this Nokia 105 is mainly aimed at emerging markets, and its purpose is to enable more people to connect through 2G technology. The company said: Microsoft is the most affordable way to enable people around the world to make new sounds through fingertips. The new Nokia 105 is based on its predecessor, and has added some improvements to enable you to achieve more functions

the machine runs Nokia Series 30+ system, with built-in FM radio and flashlight, and its charging interface is mirco USB. Compared with the previous version, the machine has many improvements, which expands the capacity of the machine and can add up to 2000 people

in addition to upgrading the audio, the machine runs the Nokia Series 30+ system, with a built-in FM radio and flashlight, and its charging interface is mirco USB. It has a battery. The new SEO Nokia 105 has a built-in 800MAH battery, which increases the call life to 15 hours and can stand by for 35 days. Powerful data processing function. In addition, the machine is optimized for call quality

the move comes as Microsoft announced its cooperation with chip manufacturer Intel to reduce the cost of windows 10. Historically, windows sold only 34.9 million units worldwide, with a market share of only 2.7%, according to foreign media reports. The price of these Intel X3 chips ranges from $75 to $249

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