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Microsoft has released the Nokia 130, a basic 2G phone with a price of $ 25, converted 19 euros. Thus the software giant still seems to see in the market for cheap mobile phones, despite an earlier announcement that it would get out. These market bread

The Nokia 130 is positioned between the Nokia 105 and Nokia 220 The phone features a 1.8 “screen with a resolution of 160×128 pixels. bluetooth also present, as well as a micro SD card reader, a micro USB input and a mini jack socket Operators use a traditional keypad and the unit is only suitable for 2G networks. Internet functionality is completely missing however is an FM radio..

According to Microsoft, the device offers with its 1020mAh battery standby time of 36 days, while it can play video. Maximum of 16 hours When playing mp3 files for the Nokia 130 has a battery life of 46 hours specified. There would also be a dualsimversie the unit to come on the market. The Nokia 130 is priced at 25 dollars, or 19 euros, very cheap. The device also runs on Series 30 +, a variant of the old Series 30 platform.

The arrival of the Nokia 130 is striking because Microsoft recently let know that the Nokia X-line of smartphones would delete. Even feature phones in the Asha series, which run on the basis of S40, should disappear from the Nokia portfolio. The software giant would want to fully focus on devices based on its own Windows Phone operating system. Despite this, Microsoft employee Jo halow in an interview with Recode that the company provisionally still sees opportunities in extremely inexpensive devices, especially for emerging economies.


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