Nokia 105 4G Launched in India – Features Built-in UPI Options

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The new Nokia 105 2023 and Nokia 106 feature built-in UPI options. Since the inception, UPI has been an important part of online payment. First considered tiresome, is now part of day to day transactions. UPI payments has helped the country and it’s citizens go cashless. This has made payment and transaction easier than ever. However, usage of these features requires a smartphone. Since, the features are performed by external third party applications. So, if you don’t have a smartphone you are out of luck. Nokia 105 tries to remedy this. It features UPI 123PAY, NPCI’s rapid payment solution. This is a feature that enables customers to make purchases in a safe and secure manner, makes this feasible.

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Nokia 105 Price and Features

Currently, you can buy the Nokia 105 for 1,299 Rupees. The upgraded, Nokia 106 is also available for 2,199. Both of these devices can bought in online market place.

Both of these devices come with NPCI’s digital payment option, Named UPI 123PAY. According to the firm, UPI 123PAY would allow customers to conduct a wide range of transactions based on four technological options, including contacting an IVR (interactive voice response) number, using an app on a feature phone, using a missed call-based method, and using proximity sound-based payments.

Users can make payments by calling an IVR number. They can also make payments by missed call and following some steps. Other methods include app based payments in which users can download certain apps from the app store. other options are mostly proximity based. These act similarly to the QR based methods.

The displays employ IPS LCD technology, which has higher viewing angles and color reproduction than other types of LCD like PLS and TFT. The Nokia 105, on the other hand, has a 1,000 mAh battery, which is 25% bigger than its forerunner. The more expensive Nokia 106 4G has a larger pack with a 1,450 mAh rating.

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