HMD Global is not only releasing smartphones at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019. The company also announced the Nokia 210, a feature phone with internet connectivity.
To let you make use of internet connectivity, it comes built-in with the Opera Mini web browser. That said, it’s limited to 2.5G (GPRS) connectivity. That said, you’ll be able to use said connectivity to browse social media networks of your choice, and also get ringtones, wallpapers and games.
Being an old school device, the Nokia 210 also comes with the iconic Snake game built-in. It also comes with a 2.4-inch QVGA display and a 1020 mAh that, despite its capacity, can last for up to 20 days. You’ll also get 4MB of RAM, as well as 16MB of storage.
The Nokia 210 will be available in March for US$35 (~RM143). This may not apply locally, and we’ll have to wait for HMD Global to make another announcement for those.