If you’re ever in need of a super affordable phone for you to do all the basic things such as making a call or sending a message, you know you can always count on Nokia for that. Nokia just announced three new dumb phones – the Nokia 207, Nokia 208 and Nokia 208 Dual SIM that runs on the company’s very own Series 40 platform. Don’t be fooled though, they may be ultra affordable devices that lets you have access to all the basic features of a mobile devices, they also allows you to connect to popular internet services including Whatsapp, Facebook, Twitter and even YouTube via 3.5G connectivity.
All three devices are almost identical in terms of appearance. They all candybar phones that feature a 2.4” display with the resolution of 240 x 320 pixels, and are available in a wide range of eye-catching colors – cyan, red, yellow, black or white. On the inside, all three are equipped with 64MB of RAM, 256MB of internal storage that is expandable up to 32GB via microSD slot and has a 1020mAh battery.
What sets these three devices apart is that the Nokia 207 is the most affordable of the lot that does not have a built-in camera. The Nokia 208 has a 1.3MP shooter at the back and well, the Nokia 208 Dual SIM is as its name says, allows you to put two SIM cards into one phone though, the battery capacity has been compromised a little in this device compared to the 208.
The Nokia 207, 208 and 208 Dual SIM will start shipping in Q3 and will cost about USD$68 each, that’s approximately RM210.
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Nokia 208 Dual SIM