Microsoft was acquisition of Nokia‘s smartphone division in few months ago. Now, the company has officially introduced its cheapest connected phone, called the Nokia 215. The handset is aimed to first-time smartphone audiences, which want the chance to browse around internet and share something on social media while on the move. It’s also more affordable device but the phone brings some interesting features that doesn’t found in other the company’s low-end range.
You’ll see a range of applications such as Facebook, Messenger, Twitter, and MSN Weather. Surprising, it will giving users some options to surf the Internet either of Opera Mini or Bing Search. The phone supports 2G network only that is probably one of the reasons why Nokia 215 is cheapest. In additional, the handset seems primarily targeted on emerging markets.
Rounding out the Microsoft Nokia 215‘s list of features is a 2.4-inch display with QVGA 320 x 240 pixel resolution. Alongside built-in torch, it has MP3 and FM radio support, which allowing connect to Bluetooth-enabled handset or speaker. That’s perfectly for music lover. There are 0.3-megapixel camera, and a rechargeable battery with 29 days on standby.
Microsoft’s Nokia 215 entry-level smartphone would be first arrive in the Middle East, Africa, Asia and Europe later this quarter. The Nokia 215 Internet-ready phone will be available in two variants – a single SIM and a dual-SIMs. Speaking of flavors, there are white, black and bright green paint jobs.
Meet Nokia 215: our most affordable Internet-ready entry-level phone yet