"We did this because regardless of what you spend on a mobile phone you always want, and you deserve, the very best experience," he said.
According to Pekka Haverinen, the Nokia press spokesperson, the phone also has a very long battery life of up to 35 days on one charge.
"You can talk from sunrise to sunset with one charge," he said.
The Nokia 105, which has a colour screen and an FM radio, is expected to be in the stores before the end of March this year. The device is aimed at developing countries but could be popular in Britain as a back-up handset.