I needed a feature phone last month when I decided to resume my daily walks at the nearby trail so I landed on the Nokia 6300 4G. It's a good phone for the price ($70 USD) but I tried de-googling it with no success but here are some phones that I've come across that are worth a mention.
Enjoy Life. Offline.
Your Modern Minimalist Phone. Mindful design, essential functionalities, an eye-friendly E Ink display, an open source OS and ultralow SAR value.
- E Ink display
- Ultralow SAR
- Music - Harman loudspeaker
- Bluetooth 4.2
- Headphone jack plug
- Meditation Timer
- Desktop apps (Windows/MacOS/Linux) to manage the phone (SMS, file transfer, etc.)
- Dual Nano-SIM slots
- Long Battery Life ~1600mAh
- MuditaOS (Open Source)
- Made in the EU
Full Specs: https://mudita.com/products/pure/specs/
Light Phone II
The Light Phone II is an unlocked, 4G LTE mobile phone. It's a simple phone with a few essential tools. It uses a unique e-ink display and has a completely custom typographic-based interface.
It's a phone, it calls and texts. There is a customizable menu of simple tools, and a dashboard website to manage everything. There is a headphone jack, bluetooth, and it can be used as a personal hotspot.
Available tools currently include an alarm, a calculator, a simple music player, and a podcasts tool. The phone also supports hotspot tethering.
Weird website - browse through their FAQ to read the tech specs: https://www.thelightphone.com/faq
- Tough build - reinforced with glass-fibre, Gorilla Glass 3 screen
- 4G LTE connection & Bluetooth 4.1
- OS: AOSP 8.1
- Sunlight-readable display (Transflective LCD)
- Digital security - BlackBerry Secure
- Pigeon, Signal-Compatible
- Splashproof to IP52
- 2GB RAM, 16GB Storage
- 180 hrs Standby time
Full Specs: https://www.punkt.ch/en/products/mp02-4g-mobile-phone/#specs