Even though they are pretty busy with their ever expanding Lumia family of Windows Phone 8 devices, feature phones are still deeply rooted on Nokia minds for obvious reason. In fact, it seems like they have just grabbed couple of pointers from their smartphones design text book and brought them to feature phones for the newly announced Nokia 515.
For example, the 11 mm thick Nokia 515 is actually built from aluminum with a 2.4-inch display that is protected by Gorilla Glass 2 and keyboard that is made from hardened polycarbonate resin. Additionally, the phone also supports 3.5G connectivity, HD voice (network dependent), and is pre-installed with Mail for Exchange as well as Facebook, Twitter and Nimbuzz.
Not to forget, the Nokia 515 also comes with a 5-megapixels rear camera and LED flash which are further enhanced with panorama, sequential shots, and self-portrait modes. If you wondering, the phone also uses micro SIM card – just like any typical smartphones out there.
Being a feature phone, the device does feature a long-lasting battery with a standby time of up to 38 days. Available in single SIM and dual-SIM models, the new Nokia 515 will be released throughout the world from September onwards for RM 511 (EUR 115). To learn more, check it out over at www.nokia.com.
[Source: Nokia Conversations]