Microsoft is showing off its upcoming feature phone- Nokia 230 and Nokia 230 dual-sim variant. The company seem to have got rid of Nokia’s earlier colour schemes from Lumia series and went with sandblasted aluminum finish back panel with a choice of A white or black polycarbonate casing. It’s strange that Microsoft didn’t make any effort to make its flagship Lumia 950 and 950 XL look premium.
It has a 2.8″ display, 16MB RAM, a 1,200mAh battery with a single charge lifespan of 27 days, just good enough to remind you the good old Nokia days. Also, it is physical buttons and a touchscreen, an FM Radio and MP3 playback, followed by a MicroSD card support of up to 32GB storage and even app supports, including Whatsapp and Facebook. The phone’s dimensions are 124.6 x 53.4 x 10.9mm and weigh 91.8 grams.
The Nokia 230 is to be priced for US $55. These two phones will be available in India, while other Asian countries and the Middle East will get to buy this in 2016.