Saturday September 24, 2016

What May Be The Last Nokia Phone Costs Only $37

Microsoft had two surprises earlier this week: one, that it was still making Nokia phones, and two, that it cost under $50. While this will officially only be available in India, there should be plenty of ways for collectors to get their hands on what could be the last Nokia device.

The Nokia 216 packs a 2.4-inch display with a 320 x 240-pixel resolution. It offers just 16MB of RAM, expandable storage, Bluetooth, and a swappable 1020mAh battery that promises 18 hours of talk time. Microsoft also included a pair of 0.3-megapixel cameras with flash in front and back. The device runs Nokia’s Series 30 software. You also get the Opera Mini Browser and the Opera Mobile Store, which offers access to Facebook along with other apps and mobile games. The design looks like a classic Nokia candy bar with a physical keypad. It comes in black, gray or light blue with a plastic frame and a rear-facing speaker.