Remember phones with buttons, no touch screens and no app stores? Yes, they still exist, and sometimes such models get updates. Nokia even introduced two new phones for those users who just need a cell phone.

The “older” Nokia 150 model will offer: a familiar retro design; 2.4-inch display with QVGA resolution (yes, 320×240 pixels); a headphone jack, with which you can not only listen to the radio, but also play stored music (in today’s world of streaming services); slot for microSD; and even a 0.3-megapixel camera.

But the biggest advantage of such phone is a removable battery with a capacity of 1,450 mAh, which can last for a month in standby mode. And Micro-USB is used for charging.

With the simpler version of the Nokia 130, the user will get almost everything the same, except for the camera, which this model does not have. Along with this, both phones have basic protection against moisture and dust (IP52), and the Series 30+ (or S30+) operating system specially designed for them.

HMD has not yet announced the price of the new phones, but previous versions cost up to $50.