HMD Global has kickstarted the MWC 2019 event with the announcement of the Nokia 210 feature phone with a tag “Put the internet in your pocket.” It sports a 2.4-inches QVGA display and dual SIM support. However, it doesn’t support 4G and is a 2G series 30 feature phone.
The Nokia 210 runs on S30+ operating system and is powered by the MediaTek MT6260A chipset. It comes with Facebook, Snake game and an app store to download apps and games. It packs 16MB Internal memory and a VGA rear camera with LED flash. The phone has support for FM radio, and MP3 player.
It packs a removable BL-5C 1020 mAh battery which the company claims that it can offer up to 18 hours talk time and a minimum standby time of up to 20 days. Connectivity features include GSM 900/1800, Dual SIM, and microUSB port for charging. It measures 120.8 x 53.49 x 13.81 mm.
The Nokia 210 comes in Charcoal, Red and Grey colors is priced at $35 (Rs.2,480 approx.). It will roll out from early next week.