Nokia unveils $68 budget 3G cell phones: The 207, 208, and 208 Dual SIM

Nokia budget phones

Nokia has unveiled three new candy bar-style cell phones, the Nokia 207, 208, and 208 Dual SIM. All estimated to cost about $68 . The trio of handsets is small, clean-looking and  available in four different colors offering 3G connectivity with a low price tag. The phones are aimed at users who want an  alternative to their smartphone, or who are updating from an older phone but wish to
stick with a non-smartphone offering.

All the phones offer the following features: Bluetooth 3.0 connectivity, microSD storage exapansion up to 32GB, and 3G data network support. The 208 models of the phone also offer a 1.3-megapixel camera, while the 207 lacks a camera for those who need a handset in camera-restricted locations. In addition, the SIM is a micro slot, so users can pop their card from a smartphone and use these handsets as a
cheap backup.

There’s 258MB of flash memory, a 1020mAh capacity battery (12 hours talk time, one month standby), micro USB slot, AHJ headphone support, and a standard 3.5mm AV port. The display measures in at 2.4-inches with a QVGA resolution, and while that isn’t particularly notable, it is large enough to make Web browsing and app usage doable. The 207 model weighs just under 90 grams, while the 208 models weigh just a tad over that.

For browsing the Web, the handsets include the Nokia Xpress Browser, which compresses data. There are also some pre-installed applications, among them being Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, and YouTube, with additional software options being available via the Nokia Store. In addition, the cell phones are enabled to function as a USB mobile data modem.

The phones will be available Q3 this year

source: Nokia

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