Microsoft Launches Dual Sim Cheap Nokia 130 in Pakistan

Microsoft Introduces Dual Sim Cheap Nokia 130 Handset in Pakistan

Microsoft has launched Nokia 130 in Pakistan. Its one of the cheapest feature rich handset of company. Its price in Pakistan is just 2850 rupees which is ultra affordable. Cheap mobiles are very popular among customers. Every year almost 300 million people buy handsets of this range. Nokia 130 has built in video player, FM radio, flash light and long life battery. You can enjoy non stop music for 46 hours after charging it. So its will be your portable video player, which will give you non stop entertainment. Its also an ideal mobile for those who like to have a reasonable price handset with their smart phone.


It has 1.8 inches color display and long battery life, which will have to recharge after 26 days. Its a double sim durable phone. Microsoft has bought the Nokia company and it is trying to regain its market share again by introducing feature rich cheap phones in the market. Nokia was very popular company due to its durable and cheap mobile phones but it could not compete its competitors in the field of smart phones.

Microsoft bought the company in spite of its declining popularity and continuous losses but now its expected that the Microsoft will revive it with its marketing and technological expertise. Million of people in the world still love to buy cheap phones and Microsoft has planned to capture this market by introducing new useful and cheap models. 3310 and 1100 were the most popular handsets of the Nokia. Company is also going to introduce large range smart phones.  You can read the details about “Microsoft launches dual sim cheap Nokia 130 in Pakistan” in Urdu in the newspaper ad cutting below this post. Stay in touch with fastest growing educational and technology site for latest tech news.

Microsoft Launches Dual Sim Cheap Nokia 130 in Pakistan

Microsoft Launches Dual Sim Cheap Nokia 130 in Pakistan



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