Price Friendly Nokia 230 Unveiled By Microsoft

Posted: Nov 25 2015, 12:38pm CST | by , in News | Technology News

Price Friendly Nokia 230 Unveiled By Microsoft

2.8-inch aluminum Nokia 230 is a beauty

Microsoft has unveiled the new Nokia 230 and its dual-SIM rendition. The new devices come with an aluminum body and an affordable price.

The duo has got the front-flash too. The new Nokia 230 has a 2.8 inch display with a pixel resolution of 240 x 320. The phone has just got 16MB RAM.

But, the low figure of RAM is still sufficient for Series 30+ to run Opera Mini, Bing Search, and MSN weather. There is no internal storage of the device.

But the phone can support up to 32GB via microSD card. There is a low 2MP rear camera on the back. It can shoot 1,600 x 1,200 pixel images and videos at 240p/15fps.

The camera has got the flash too! There is also a 2MP front shooter which is capable of capturing high resolution (640 x 480 pixels) videos.

The wireless connectivity options include Bluetooth 3.0. and dual-band 900MHz/1800MHz GSM support. FM radio receiver is also a part of this antique device.

There is a 3.5mm headphone jack and the charging details are headed by microUSB port. As far as the dimensions are concerned, the phone weighs 91.8g grams.

The measurements of the device are 124.6 x 53.4 x 10.9mm. The phone is basically made of polycarbonate, but has a sand-blasted aluminum cover on the back.

The battery of the duo reminds us of the good old days. With a 1,200mAh battery, the company claims that the single-SIM version can work up to27 days, while, the dual-SIM version has 22 days of standby.

The price of Nokia 230 will be just $55. The Duo will be available from the coming month of December.

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