Nokia looks ahead to the future but its phones are still stuck in the past

Nokia has a new owner and new ambitions to reclaim the glory from its golden days, but it seems its new phones continue to be stuck in the old ways.

Yesterday, the iconic phone-maker unveiled the Nokia 150 – the company’s very first release under its new patron HMD Global. Much like the recently introduced 216 series, the device is a feature phone that comes at an affordable price – but without many actual features.

Slated to arrive in the first quarter of next year, the Nokia 150 will cost an unassuming $26 and will pack a 2.4-inch screen, built-in FM radio, an MP3 player and a shitty VGA camera.

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