September 20, 2016 – Microsoft today announced the launch of Nokia 216 Dual SIM, a new feature phone that will keep users entertained with apps and games, and are great for capturing and sharing selfies and photos. Nokia 216 Dual SIM will be available in India from October 24 at best buy price of Rs. 2495.
Featuring two cameras with LED flash, the internet-enabled Nokia 216 Dual SIM is a great feature phone for capturing and sharing special moments. Users can find apps and games in the Opera Mobile Store, and download one free Gameloft game every month for a year, and enjoy popular titles like GT Racing and Little Big City.
For entertainment and music, the Nokia 216 Dual SIM comes with an FM Radio, MP3 and video player, and Bluetooth audio support for headsets. The devices can store up to 2000 contacts with a memory card support of up to 32GB. The rear camera LED flash doubles as a built-in torchlight to light up situations where required.
The device has beautifully crafted polycarbonate shell that is built to last and outstanding battery life that will keep users connected for longer.
Nokia 216 Dual SIM is available in black, grey, and blue.
Tech specs summary:
|Device||Nokia 216 Dual SIM|
|Operating system||Nokia Series 30+|
|Display||2,4” QVGA (240*320)|
|Battery||BL-5C ,1020 mAh|
|Talk time & Standby time||Talk time: up to 18 hours Standby time: up to 19 days for Dual SIM|
|Camera||Main camera: VGA with LED flash Front camera: VGA with LED flash|
|Connectivity||900/1800 MHz, micro USB, 3.5mm AV connector, Bluetooth 3.0 with SLAM and HSP/HFP profile|
|Memory||MicroSD card support up to 32GB4.|
83.0g (including battery)
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Notes to the Editor:
In May we announced that Microsoft has reached an agreement to sell the company’s entry-level feature phone assets to FIH Mobile Ltd., a subsidiary of Hon Hai/Foxconn Technology Group, and HMD Global Oy. The transaction is expected to close in the second half of 2016, subject to regulatory approvals and other closing conditions. Until the closing of the transaction, Microsoft continues to run the feature phone business.
Battery has limited recharge cycles and battery capacity reduces over time. Eventually the battery may need to be replaced.