The new no-frills Nokia 130. Microsoft/Nokia
Nineteen euros won't buy you much in this day and age, but it will buy you a no-frills phone from Nokia. The Nokia 130 is an old-school mobile phone at an old-school price, with basic smartphone features like music and video in a phone that will last over a month before it needs juicing up.
This new phone is one of the first to be announced since Microsoft bought the phone-manufacturing part of Finnish company Nokia -- and, per Microsoft's plans to ditch the brand, perhaps one of the last phones to have Nokia written on it. It's a candy bar phone with a 1.8-inch colour screen above an old-fashioned nine-button keypad, with soft keys in the middle. The 130 comes encased in white, black or red.
Basic it may be, but there's still a few features that you'd find on a more powerful smartphone, including music and video. Powered by Series 30