Nokia 105 is simplicity incarnate

The Nokia 105 isn't a phone to get excited about; it's a phone to use. Dead simple, with a teeny 1.5-inch screen and nary a flourish, the 105 costs a mere 15 euros at its full retail rate. Read editors' take
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Colors and design

Thick, the 105 possesses an alphanumeric dialpad with keys that slightly bubble above the surface. Read editors' take
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Navigation and side view

The central navigation button is too squishy for my tastes, but it gets the job done. Read editors' take
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Top view

The simple Nokia 105 is coming to China, Indonesia, Nigeria, and India. Read editors' take
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Back view

It's so simple, there's not even a camera. Read editors' take
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