HMD Global kickstarted the MWC 2019 with the announcement of the Nokia 210 feature
phone. This minimalistic device aims to revitalize the brands strong forte that is a solid built and sturdy construction. The brand is selling this device with a tagline “Put the internet in your pocket”.

All considered Nokia seems to have stumbled across a market captured by the
likes of the Jio feature phone. It sports a 2.4-inch QVGA display and dual sim support but
misses out on 4G support and comes with just 2G network compatibility.
The Nokia 210 runs on S30+ OS that is powered by the MediaTek MT6260A chipset. It
packs a 16MB internal memory for some apps and games that can be downloaded from the
app store. Camera unit comes with a VGA rear sensor with a complimentary LED flash. The company claims the phone can offer a talk time of 18 hours and a standby time up to 20
days.
The Nokia 210 comes in Charcoal, Red and Grey colour scheme and is priced at $35
(Rs.2,480). The smartphone will begin shipping from early next week in select markets
across the world.

Nokia 210: Specifications

  • Size – 8 x 53.49 x 13.81 mm
  • Operating system – S30+
  • CPU – MT6260A
  • Size and type – 4” QVGA
  • Cable – Micro USB cable
  • Networks – GSM 900/1800
  • SIM card type – 2FF, Dual SIM
  • Other – FM radio
  • Internal memory – 16 MB2
  • Maximum talk time – Up to 18 hours
  • Maximum standby time – Up to 20 days
  • Connector – 5mm audio jack
  • Features – FM radio (requires headset), MP3 player
  • Rear camera – VGA
  • Battery type – Removable BL-5C 1020 mAh battery1
  • Charging cable – Micro USB