High end smartphones have dominated the market in the recent years, with display of devices like iPhones, Samsung Galaxies,Huawei Series, LG to name but a few.
But how many of us can afford these high end and expensive devices? Many people are looking form affordable mobile phones with a good battery life to use without having to worry to much n about loosing or breaking it.
The good news is that mobile phone manufacturers still cater for the low-end market, with prices as low as R100 per handset.
Here are some of the cheapest feature phones available in South Africa.
Mint F1 from Pep – R99.000The Mint F1 is a dual-SIM phone, with Bluetooth, an FM Radio, and an MP3 Player.
ZTE S651 from Ackermans – R119
The ZTE S651 offers an FM radio, a torch, and comes with speakerphone functionality.
ZTE P16 from Ackermans – R129
The ZTE P16 features an FM radio, a torch, wallpapers, and ringtones.
Samsung Pusha FM E1205 from HiFi Corp – R159
The Samsung Pusha FM E1205 offers polyphonic ringtones, an FM Radio, a colour display, and games.
Nokia 105 from Ackermans – R189
The Nokia 105 runs S30, which supports Java applications, has 8MB storage, and a 128 x 128 screen resolution.