The one that may be the last phone of the partnership between Nokia and Microsoft is not a smartphone, but it offers 24 days of battery life and comes with Facebook on board. The Nokia 216 one feature phone and ends up translating the story of this duo very well: something functional.
The Nokia 216, a dual-SIM capable phone, comes with a 2.4 inch QVGA screen, a physical keyboard like the BlackBerry Priv and, best of all: a battery that can last up to 24 days. Despite the scarce 16 MB internal space, the handset offers two 0.3MP cameras and, unlike the Galaxy S6, offers the chance to expand memory by using a microSD card.
The device comes with the Facebook app pre-installed.
What draws the attention that is newer generation of dumb phone from Microsoft comes with the Opera Mini browser and, unlike iPhone 7, offers input for the headphones. But most interesting is that the device comes with the Facebook application pre-installed and, I'm sure it will make you feel a little jealousy: in standby mode, the Nokia 216 can last up to 24 days.
In standby mode, the Nokia 216 can last up to 24 days
By now, the handset will be available exclusively to the Indian market for the suggested price of $ 37, approximately $ 121.
The Nokia 216 expected as one of the last feature phones Nokia's partnership with Microsoft, as the Nokia brand is now run by two companies: FIH Mobile Ltd., a subsidiary of Hon Hai / Foxconn Technology Group (Taiwan) and HMD Global (Finland).
And could Microsoft have gone without this or did you even like this phone?
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