The Nokia 515 Is A Precision-crafted Dual-SIM FeaturephoneBy cheatmaster 10:25 Sat, 17 Jul 2021 Comments
Nokia just announced the 515 - a featurephone that goes directly after many high-discontinue smartphones in terms of design and build quality. Its body is carved out of a single piece of anodized and sandblasted aluminum, the classy screen is made out of gently-curved and polarized Gorilla Glass 2 and the keyboard is built from hardened polycarbonate resin.
The Nokia 515 sports a 2.4" QVideo Graphics Array (VGA) display, has a 5 MegaPixel (MP) capturing camera with voice-activated self portraits, there's a microSD card slot with support for up to 32GB cards.
Although available in single-SIM there's also a dual-SIM option while the battery is taunted to last a whopping 38 days of stand-by with a single SIM inside.
The Nokia 515 will start shipping in the third quarter of 2013, starting with Russia, Germany, Switzerland and Poland. Its price tag will be around €115/$149 before taxes and subsidies.
Are feature phones still relevant enough to pour in so much effort in their design? Nokia obviously believes that this is the case.
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