The goodlooking basic
The Nokia 216 comes with a 2.4-inch LCD screen with a pixel density of 167 ppi which results in a 240 x 320 pixel resolution. All the features run smoothly with the help of a 16MB RAM, that seems to be a blessing in disguise. The phone comes with an expandable memory of upto 32GB to provide a large storage option.
The Nokia 216 houses a 0.3MP VGA camera with an LED flash 2x digital zoom, that is capable of recording videos of 320 x 240 pixels at 15 fps. The phone flaunts a 0.3MP VGA front snapper which, surprisingly, comes with a LED flash. It is capable of clicking selfies with 640 x 480 pixel resolution. The device comes with single SIM slot, which supports 2G, along with v3.0 bluetooth and microUSB connectivity. And lastly, in the entertainment department, Nokia 216 features a stereo output FM, video player which supports H.263, H.264, MPEG4 codecs and an audio player which supports AAC, AMR, MIDI, MP3 formats.
To make sure that the users enjoy all the features, the device draws its power from a 1020mAh li-ion battery which promises to keep the show running for upto 18 hours on 2G and a standby time of 576 hours.
The all new Nokia 216 resembles the ones that seized to exist a couple of years back. With this latest handset from the mobile making giant of the past, Nokia is all set to hit the stores once again. Keeping the essence of the previous Nokia phones intact, the v2.0 of the brand aims to regain the charm it once possessed. For the people who are looking for a basic phone, but are skeptic and unsure about the brands, hold your breath, the master is on the way to a redemption.