Microsoft launches Nokia 215 Feature phone
Microsoft launches Nokia 215 Feature phoneMicrosoft

Microsoft launched their internet-capable feature phone Nokia 215 back in January. Launched at $29, Microsoft announced to launch this low-budget feature phone to the budget-conscious phone markets including Asia, Middle East and Africa.

Microsoft announced the dual SIM edition of the same feature phone for Indian market at ₹2,149 on Wednesday.

Talking about the specifications, the Nokia 215 feature phone supports 2G only network and boasts a 2.4-inch QVGA LCD colour display with 320x240 pixel resolution. The 215 also features essentials like 0.3mp camera, MP3 Player, FM Radio and a built-in Torch. It also supports Bluetooth connectivity and can send/receive files with other phones or connect with Bluetooth Speaker, quite surprising in its price.

More importantly the Nokia 215 claims a battery life of 20 hours of talk-time and 29 days of stand-by time.

Unlike other inexpensive feature phones, Nokia 215 can run essential Internet services including Facebook, Messenger, Twitter, Bing Search, MSN Weather and Opera Mini.

Key Specifications:

Design 116x50x12.9mm (HxWxT), 78.4g
Display 2.4-inch QVGA, 320x240, 166ppi
Memory 8MB RAM+ 32GB through Micro SD card
Battery 1100 mAh
SIM Nano,
Feature USB 2.0, Bluetooth 3.0, Micro USB,
Network GSM 900-1800 MHZ, GPRS (up to 85.6 KBPS), EGPRS (up to 236.8 KBPS)
Camera 0.3MP, 2X Zoom, 320x240 video recording @ 15fps, 2X Zoom, AVI M-JPEG
Format Support AAC, MIDI, MP3, WAV, LPCM, H.263, H.264/AVC, MPEG-4, M-JPEG