The Nokia 105 is marketed as a super-durable, dirt cheap phone with a long battery life. It also appears to be the most popular device among ISIS’ ranks for setting off bombs.
The must-have cellphone for ISIS fighters in Iraq doesn’t have apps or a camera, and ships for less than $30.
The small and simple Nokia model is frequently used as a trigger device to set off ISIS’ improvised explosive devices, known as IEDs, according to a Conflict Armament Research report released last month.
Source: NBC News