The Nokia 215 is positioned between the Nokia 130 and the Nokia 225. This mobile entry offers basic features and its main assets are autonomy and price. It has been designed to be easily slipped into the pocket with a weight of fewer than 80 grams.
The Nokia 215 is a very basic phone that will suit people looking for a mobile that can run for several days without recharging. It incorporates a QVGA screen (320 x 240 pixels) of 2.4 inches with a resolution of 166 pixels. Under it, we find an alphanumeric keyboard that will allow you to dial the numbers you want to call and write your messages.
This mobile has an internal memory of only 8 MB, but the Nokia 215 has a MicroSD port that can accommodate a memory card up to 32 GB. The battery of 1100 mAh provides a battery life of 20 hours in communication, 50 hours in the reading of music and up to 29 days in standby.
The Nokia 215 has many convenient features like the recorder, calculator, clock, calendar, converter, alarm clock, and flashlight. So, whether it is late or after turning off the light, you can count on your mobile to enlighten you. Also, an integrated FM radio allows you to listen to your favorite stations at any time. A jack 3,
Side photo, the Nokia 215 is content with a sensor 0.3 megapixel without flash. The video resolution of the camera is QVGA (320 x 240) with 15 frames / s. As you can see, this is primarily a photosensor troubleshooting.
Compatible with the 2.5G network, the Nokia 215 has Facebook, Messenger, Twitter, Bing Search, MSN Weather and Opera Mini Browser. Note also that the Nokia 215 has a dual SIM port, allowing it to manage two SIM cards at the same time.
The Nokia 215 is available in several colors: acid green, white and black. Its polycarbonate shell retains its color even though it’s scratched, and the soft rubber keys are easy to use.