Last month, Nokia Launched its first mobile phone in 2015, the Nokia 215. While the phone is yet to show up in many regions, India has got this piece of tech on their front door. The phone is now listed on the firm webpage at Rs 2,149 ($35 USD, #6,500 NGN).
Specwise, the Nokia 215 Dual-SIM version which is the one available in India right now features a 2.4-inch QVGA (320 x 240 pixels) TFT display with keypad placed at the bottom of the screen.
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It is an internet-enabled phone and users can browse the web via pre-loaded Opera Mini app and access other internet related service such as Bing search, Twitter, Facebook, and MSN Weather. On the multimedia front, the Nokia 215 comes with an FM radio and a MP3 player for playing media files which can be access through MicroSD card with support of up to 32GB.
A VGA camera occupy the upper rear area for taking pictures and recording videos without flashlight while it doesn’t sports a front camera as well. Connectivity options included are Bluetooth 2.0, and GPRS/EDGE. It is backed by a 1100mAh rated to deliver up to 21 days of standby.
The Nokia 215 Dual-SIM is available in three different colours White, Bright Green, and Black. We expect the Nokia 215 to arrive in Nigeria before April, we’ll let you know when it does.