Virtually everyone who owns a smartphone today at least owns or still has a Mulika Mwizi. There is no doubt about that. Mulika Mwizi was the king of mobile phone invention, not just in Kenya but around the world. Anyone who owned one was more popular than the area Assistant Chief.
In every two or three Mulika Mwizis that people owned, one was always a Nokia, and not just a Nokia but a Nokia 105. With the advent of smartphones all over, the reign of Mulika Mwizi started to dwindle with just a handful of people still using them for calls and sending messages.
But there is a rebirth of the Mulika Mwizi. One that seems to be on steroids given the crazy features that have been accorded to it. We are talking about the Nokia 105, one of the world’s most popular phones, now more updated and upgraded than ever before.
According to HMD Global, the Nokia 105 has an upgraded 25 percent bigger battery than its predecessor, delivering up to 14 hours of talk time and over three weeks of standby from a single charge. Imagine charging your phone and finding still working on that single charge after three weeks. Amazing. Right?
Forget about those ugly Mulika Mwizis of the past. Nokia 105 has been redesigned with a great feel and look that will always have you want it outside your pocket for virtually everyone to see. Many people who still own old Mulika Mwizis are often scared of displaying them in public.
Having undertaken the rigorous durability testing for which Nokia devices are known, the tough Nokia 105 handles what life throws at it. It is a phone that walks with you through thick and thin withstanding every pressure of life that might come at it.
Nano texture keeps the Nokia 105’s Charcoal, Cyan, and Red Terracotta color options protected from bumps and scrapes and looking fresh for longer. And what is the price? You will be shocked. Just 2,500 shillings.