"I don't know about other countries but this is first mobile phone going to be launched in India whose language will be Urdu. When Nokia came to me 6 to 8 months back, I asked them if they could take a challenge to bring mobile phone for about 15 crore Urdu speaking people and I appreciate their initiative," Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal while launching the dual SIM mobile phone Nokia 114.
"Over time we have developed supporting language capability in our device but one thing that we were missing was Urdu. I was told by the Minister that there are about 150 million Urdu speaking people in the country. We accepted challenge given by him," Nokia India Managing Director P Balaji said.

The dual SIM phone comes with a 1.8 inch QVGA display and 32 GB expandable memory. The phone also features a 0.3 mega-pixel rear camera and a 1020 mAH battery which gives 10 hours talk-time.

The phone flaunts a Cloud- accelerated Nokia Xpress browser with popular social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook pre-loaded on it. Users can also download games and utility applications through Nokia store.

"We will be launching it pan India but our focus will be five markets- Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Jammu and Kashmir, Uttar Pradesh and Karnataka. It is available across stores now," Balaji said.