Continuing its resolve to putting affordable Android smartphones in the hands of many, HMD Global- the now maker Nokia phones aside the premium Nokia 9 PureView launched a couple of smartphones including Nokia 1 plus, Nokia 4.2 and Nokia. While these devices are meant to fill out HMD Global’s mid-range and entry-level spaces, the Nokia licensee also released a feature phone for those that need a second phone with just basic internet option, welcome the Nokia 210 feature phone.
Not to be taken for the Nokia Aisha phone, the Nokia 210 according to HMD Global is one that has been built to last thanks to its durable polycarbonate shell which helps keep bumps and scrapes away. It is a candy bar-style phone about the size of a palm and is available in Charcoal, Red and Grey color option.
The Nokia 210 comes fitted with a 2.4-inches QVGA display with MediaTek MT6260A under the hood, while it runs Nokia’s S30+ operating system with improved UI, new icon design to match the new “energetic design. The Nokia 210 notably gets a rear VGA camera sensor with an LED flash, and more importantly, gets a 1,020mAh battery which the company claims can take you uninterrupted for up to 20 days.
The device supports various connectivity options like GSM 900/1800, Dual SIM, and so a user can access the internet via Opera mini while other apps are available via the included App Store. The device will hit the shelves in early March at $ 35.