Microsoft announces two new feature phones - Nokia 215 and 215 dual

Microsoft seems to still have a few Nokia phones up its sleeves (at least feature phones), as the company has announced the affordable Internet-ready Nokia 215 and Nokia 215 Dual SIM. The Redmond giant has revealed that both the Nokia 215 and Nokia 215 Dual SIM will be initially rolled out in Middle East, Africa, Asia, and Europe in the first quarter. Both the handsets will be available in "select markets" at just $29 before taxes and subsidies.

The Nokia 215 and Nokia 215 Dual SIM share common specifications except that the latter also features dual-SIM support. Both the handsets support Micro-SIM. The Nokia 215 has Opera Mini for general web browsing and handles social networking with the Facebook app and Facebook Messenger, Twitter too. Bing Search and MSN Weather are also on board. Both the handsets sport a 0.3-megapixel fixed-focus camera and run on Series 30+ operating system.

Nokia 215 front selfie camera

All this web access happens over 2G and EDGE (dual band) on a 2.4" QVGA screen (240 x 320px). This is a Series 30+ device so it's a throwback to a bygone era. Additional connectivity includes Bluetooth 3.0 with SLAM (for easy file sharing). There's also FM radio connectivity and the Nokia 215 will last 45 hours. 50 hours if you're playing MP3 audio, there's a microSD card slot supporting 32GB. The 1,100mAh battery is good for 20 hours of talking and 29 days of standby for the single-SIM model. The dual-SIM lasts 21 days.

Nokia 215 and 215 dual will be available in green, black and white versions, and will initially go on sale in the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and Europe in the first quarter of 2015. I am sure that both India and Bangladesh will be on the list.

 
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