Nokia is integrating UPI into its feature phones, such as the Nokia 105 2023 and Nokia 106, to address the digital divide and provide financial access to all.
UPI, a popular payment system, was previously limited to smartphone users.
However, with the introduction of UPI 123PAY, an instant payment system designed for feature phones by the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI), Nokia aims to revolutionise financial accessibility.
Introducing UPI 123PAY
UPI 123PAY ensures a secure and convenient payment experience for feature phone users.
It offers multiple technology options, including IVR number-based transactions, feature phone app functionality, missed call-based approach, and proximity sound-based payments.
These alternatives allow users of Nokia feature phones to effortlessly make purchases, transfer money, and conduct transactions.
Nokia 105 2023 and Nokia 106 Specifications
The Nokia 105 2023 and Nokia 106 are feature phones that prioritise user experience.
They are known for their long-lasting battery life, reliability, and durability.
Both phones feature IPS LCD displays, which offer superior viewing angles and enhanced color reproduction compared to other LCD technologies like PLS and TFT.
The Nokia 105 has a 1,000mAh battery, 25% larger than its predecessor, while the Nokia 106 4G comes with a larger 1,450mAh battery, catering to users' needs for extended usage.
Features and Availability
In addition to UPI integration, the Nokia 105 2023 and Nokia 106 4G offer extra features to enhance the user experience.
These include FM radio support and an in-built MP3 player, allowing users to enjoy their favorite music and stay connected to radio stations.
The Nokia 105 2023 and Nokia 106 4G were released in India on May 18th, with the Nokia 105 priced at Rs 1,299 and the Nokia 106 4G priced at Rs 2,199.
The Nokia 105 comes in Charcoal, Cyan, and Red colors, while the Nokia 106 4G is available in Charcoal and Blue variants.
This range of options ensures that users can choose a device that matches their preferences and needs.