Nokia 105 has been around in East Africa, for a few weeks now. Nokia 105 is the successor to the Nokia 1280. According to Nokia , the phone features quality handset design, a durable, one-piece keymat and a long-lasting battery, making it ideal for first-time buyers. The handset is available in cyan or black and features a colour screen.
The Nokia 105 handset retails at KES 1,750, UGX 63,000 and TZS 40,000 in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania respectively.