Ok, here's a scenario for you. Out and about, you realise your phone is dead and you have ho way to charge it. Apart from panic, what do you do? Well, if you bought the Nokia 108, you would go into your bag and make a call from that.Essentially that's the appeal from this budget handset, which is available as a single or dual-SIM model. Other features are pretty bare. Yes, there's a camera, but it is a VGA one and there is Nokia's Slam technology on board, for fast sharing of content via Bluetooth., along with an integrated MP3 player, FM radio, the Snake game, multiple alarms and a flashlight. But it's all a bit old school if we're talking main phone.But as a back-up, it comes into its own, not least because of an exceptional battery life, offering of up to 31 days of standby when using the single-SIM Nokia 108. Charge it and literally forget about it. The phone will be available in red, white, black, yellow and cyan, the coloured back covers also removable. That price? Just 28 Euros, which works out at just over £23. it should be available before the year is out.