CES 2015: Microsoft unveils the Nokia 215 internet-ready phone, running Series 30 OS

CES 2015: Microsoft unveils the Nokia 215 internet-ready phone, running Series 30 OS

Microsoft has announced at CES 2015 a brand new low-budget device aimed at emerging markets called the Nokia 215. It features a 2.4-inch QVGA screen, an 1100mAh battery and runs the Series 30+ operating system. Better yet, considering it’s an affordable device, you can grab one for just $29!

Microsoft claims this device has up to 20 hours of talk time, which is damn impressive. 50 hours for MP3 playback is even better if you’re an avid music fan, and with MicroSD expansion options you’ll be able to fit thousands and thousands of your favorite tracks on this device.

Impressively, the company is claiming the device has a whopping lasting time of 29 days whilst on standby. The device also has a camera, which isn’t anything impressive being VGA resolution.

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