|Manufacturer||Microsoft (Branded as Nokia)|
|Series||Nokia 3-digit series|
|Dimensions||116 mm x 50 mm x 12.9 mm|
|Operating system||Series 30+|
|Memory||8 MB RAM|
|Removable storage||Up to 32 GB MicroSD|
|Data inputs||Numeric keypad|
|Display||2.4 LCD, 320 x 240 pixels (262K color)|
|Rear camera||VGA camera, fixed focus, 2x digital zoom|
|Connectivity||GSM, EGPRS, EDGE|
Flashlight LED (on top)
Opera Mini (Wap 2.0, XHTML)
|Development status||In production, on sale|
The Nokia 215 has a VGA camera, speakerphone, multimedia playback, MMS messaging, web browser and e-mail client. It also has pre-loaded Facebook and Twitter apps, as well as the Opera Mini web browser, and also features Microsoft services such as built in Bing and MSN Weather.
Battery talk time is up to 20 hours and standby time is 29 days. Its dimensions are 116 x 50 x 12.9 mm, and it uses 2G network infrastructure, and is activated through a mini-SIM. The phone allows up to 1000 contacts to be stored in its address book.
The Nokia 215 was released to consumers in the first quarter of 2015 in the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and Europe.
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