Microsoft is set to release a new Nokia phone you do not have to charge for a month. It is being termed ‘perfect second phone’ and is set to hit the stores in Africa, Asia, Middle East and Europe in the first quarter of 2015.
The phone comes with features known to similar ‘small phones’ such as Flashlight, MP3 player, camera and an FM radio. It also comes with preloaded apps such as Facebook, Twitter and a web browser but users will not be able to download and install apps on the phone.
Called the Nokia 215, it will cost between N5,000 and N8,000 depending on the it being a single SIM or dual SIM version. The phone also comes with a bluetooth feature and Microsoft says it is ‘our most affordable Internet-ready entry-level phone yet, perfectly suited for first-time mobile phone buyers or as a secondary phone for just about anyone.’