Microsoft introduces the most affordable internet-ready entry level phone, the Nokia 215 with a price tag of just $29. This phone is available in both single and dual SIM versions.
Built for the Internet:
Nokia 215 has pre-installed Facebook and Messenger with instant notifications, so you’ll never miss out on the latest from your friends. Check your friends’ news feeds, update your status, and keep in touch with those long-distance relatives.
Prefer your social updates in bite-sized chunks? Tune into Twitter, also easily accessible on this entry-level phone.
Browsing the web is super-easy, thanks to Opera Mini Browser and Bing Search. And don’t take a chance on the weather. Get the latest weather conditions using MSN Weather and see accurate hourly or 5 day weather forecasts, wherever you are.
With Nokia 215, you can also now connect in new ways by pairing your device with a Bluetooth headset or speaker.
Sharing content is simple with SLAM technology. Simply bring two SLAM-enabled devices together to send or receive files.
Built to Last:
Design-wise, Nokia 215 has the same durable build quality you’ve learned to rely on over the years. Pair that with vibrantly colored bright green, black and white color options and you’ve got a phone that stands the test of time.
Nokia 215 Single SIM has a stand-by time of up to 29 days (that’s almost a full month, on just a single charge!), while Nokia 215 Dual SIM offers up to 21 days. For those who like to talk, Nokia 215 provides up to 20 hours of talk time.
With a built-in MP3 player and FM radio, Nokia 215 keeps you entertained for up to 50 or 45 hours playback respectively.
Plus, a built-in torchlight provides convenience, whether it’s late at night or after you’ve turned off the lights. Or, for those who have no access to electricity (in 2014, that’s still almost 20% of the world’s population), the torch is a necessity!
Price and Availability:
Nokia 215 and Nokia 215 Dual-SIM will be available in select markets, rolling out first in the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and Europe in the first quarter of 2015 – for only $29 before taxes and subsidies.
In Pakistan its price is expected from Rs. 3000 to Rs. 3500.