Helping more and more people around the world get online and stay connected, Microsoft introduces the Nokia 215 and Nokia 215 Dual-SIM.
With a price tag of just $29 before taxes and subsidies, Nokia 215 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.
I think I’m going to buy one of these, just to see how it holds up. It has most of the services I use on my phone, so I’m wondering if I can take the downgrade while enjoying the crazy awesome battery life.
I say no.
It’s good routine to slip in the charger every night. If a phone only requires charging every week or so, you’re bound to (not) wake up with a dead phone a few times a year. Oh wait, Nokia solved that by making annoying beeps when the battery is near flat. Always fun in the middle of the night. Not.
Battery life on cell phones isn’t a selling point anymore – people got used to it.
With reversible micro usb connectors coming to the next generation phones, it’ll be even easier.