Microsoft has propelled another phone with Nokia name i.e. Nokia 215, its least expensive handset with internet connectivity, so far, with which the organization would like to build its market in Asia, the Middle East and Africa.

The new $29 Nokia 215 is Microsoft’s cheapest internet phone:

As per by the Independent, the new Microsoft phone is valued at $29 and comes with an Opera Mini Browser and Facebook Messenger preloaded. The phone is capable to run Twitter alongside some different applications too. Nokia 215 sports a resolution of just 320×240, a VGA cam, a flashlight and a radio as its principal features.

The preloaded applications can work without a 3G connection and is intended for more difficult terrains while the hefty battery can last up to 29 days on standby.


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