Heineken’s latest Boring Phone launched with one clear message: “Touch grass”

Boring Phone Price in Nepal
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HMD, Heineken, and creative firm Bodega have collaborated to introduce the Boring Phone. Yes, you heard it right – it’s a phone so basic it’s almost an anti-smartphone. And the best part? It truly lives up to its name. In this article, let’s dive into discussing the Boring Phone, including its price in Nepal, specs, and availability.

Boring Phone Overview

“It’s a feature, not a bug”

The Boring Phone deliberately lacks modern smartphone features, with the Finnish company aiming to provide customers with the most basic and bland phone experience possible.

Boring Phone

The Boring Phone seems more like a marketing stunt to some, with the Heineken website suggesting that its lack of navigation features is an opportunity to ask friends for directions. HMD seems to be engaging in some top-notch trolling with this one, as the phone truly embodies the popular phrase “touch grass”.


Boring Phone Features

Based on the Nokia 2660 Flip model, the Boring Phone sports a transparent casing and a custom monochrome theme. Its 2.8” QVGA main screen and 1.77″ cover screen offer a minimalist display, while you still get a 0.3MP camera with LED flash on the back. Running on Mocor RTOS, the device also includes classic features such as the Snake game, FM radio, and a headphone jack.

Connectivity and Battery

Despite its simplistic design, the Boring Phone supports up to 4G connectivity and includes dual SIM slots. With 128MB of internal storage, expandable via a microSD card slot,. Additionally, the Boring Phone comes with a removable 1,450mAh battery, boasting up to a week of standby time and 6 hours of talk time on 3G/4G networks.

Boring Phone Price in Nepal and Availability 

The Boring Phone is limited to just 5,000 units and is not available for sale; instead, it will be distributed through giveaways.

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