Wednesday, 3 July 2013

Nokia 207 & 208 with Dual & Single Sim & 3G Support Cheapest phone unveiled

Nokia has introduced two of its cheapest 3G-enabled phones called the Nokia 207 and Nokia 208. Both the phones look like feature phones with the now familiar ‘candybar’ design are nearly identical with only a couple of features separating them. The Nokia 208 comes in two variants – single / dual SIM support. It’s a simple candy bar type phone with numeric keypad.

The Nokia 207 and Nokia 208 are very closely related. The differences between them are that the Nokia 208 has a camera with smart features like voice-guided self-portrait, sequential shot and panorama mode, and comes in dual SIM and single SIM flavours, while the Nokia 207 is single SIM without a camera, for people who work in places that ban camera phones on security grounds as Said By Nokia

Nokia 207 Single Sim

This is a single SIM (Micro SIM) handset with 12.8mm thickness. It is light weight (91 grams) and comes in Red, White, Yellow, Cyan and Black colors. The 2.4 inch screen is TFT with resolution 320×240 pixels.

There are no cameras on the Nokia 207. I think i am seeing the First Phone From Nokia Without camera in This Age of technology were Camera is Important part of Phone. The handset comes with 256MB internal storage and 64MB RAM. Other features are 3G (7.2Mbps), 2G, Bluetooth 3.0, micro USB, FM radio and 3.5mm audio jack. There is no Wi-Fi and GPS, its Sad.

Talking of software, the devices run on Nokia’s Series 40 OS, and come pre-loaded with apps like FM Radio, Email and Nokia Express Browser among others. Additionally, you can also download social apps like Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp and productivity apps like Transfer app, which allows users to sync contacts directly from their smartphone from the Nokia Store. The battery is 1020 mAh capacity with talktime of up to 12 hours on 2G network and up to 4 hours on 3G network. The Nokia 207 is priced at $68.

 Nokia 208 Dual Sim

These are affordable devices, but they aren’t basic. Full 3.5G HSPA Internet support offers fast access to online services, including the data-compressing Nokia Xpress Browser and video streaming from YouTube. Popular social networks and chat services like Twitter, Facebook and WhatsApp** are pre-installed, while thousands of other apps are available from the Nokia Store.

This handset comes in two versions single SIM and dual SIM. The handset is 12.8mm thick and weight is about 90 grams. The 2.4 inch TFT screen supports 320×240 pixels. The RAM is 64MB and internal storage is 256MB. This handset does come with rear camera of 1.3MP resolution.

Other features are 3G (7.2Mbps), 2G, Bluetooth 3, micro USB, 3.5mm audio jack and FM radio. Even the Nokia 208 handset does not support Wi-Fi and GPS. This handset is also priced at around $68. The battery capacity is 1020 mAh, same as on the Nokia 207.

The phone also offers Internet connection sharing, allowing you to use it as a USB modem alongside a laptop. When you’re out and without home broadband or WiFi, this is a surefire way to get back online, fast. No word as to when it will be available in India or the price. All three phones, in red, cyan, white and black, will start shipping in quarter three.

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