Microsoft announces Nokia 215: a phone with Internet access for $29
Despite rumors that Microsoft plans to abandon work on a series of ordinary Nokia phones and replace them with budget smartphones, the company continues to release new models.
The last sentence in the lowest price range is the Nokia 215, which is based on the Series 30+ and will hit stores this quarter at a price of just $ 29 before taxes and subsidies. Will the version with support for two SIM-cards.
According to Microsoft, this is the cheapest phone company with the ability to connect to the Internet, which is suitable for users who buy the phone for the first time, but for those who chooses a second mobile device.
Nokia 215 comes with pre-installed applications Facebook, Messenger, Twitter, Bing Search, MSN Weather and Opera Mini. The device only supports 2G network, which means that it will be aimed primarily at emerging markets.
Among its characteristics 2.4” QVGA (320 x 240) display, 0.3 MP camera, torch, FM radio, MP3 player and Bluetooth connectivity to connect wireless headsets or speakers. Nokia 215 is equipped with a battery that provides up to 29 days in standby mode, while the version with 2 SIM can work 21 days in the same mode. In talk mode, one battery charge is enough for 20 hours of work.