Nokia Announces Phones for Emerging Markets
The two new phones are targeted at users in emerging markets and include entry-level feature sets. Only one will find its way to the U.S. The 2600 Classic, not to be confused with the existing 2600 model, is a bar-style phone that will come in a number of different colors and have a removable face plate. There will be two versions of it, including a GSM/EDGE 850/1900 version that is compatible with U.S. networks. It also has MP3 ringtones, an FM radio, and a VGA camera. It is already available for $95.
HMD Global Trots Out the Nokia 130, an Entry-Level Feature Phone
HMD Global today announced the Nokia 130, a bar-style handset that runs the Series 30+ platform with basic connectivity apps and a handful of simple games. The handset has a 1.8-inch screen, number pad, 1,020mAh battery, Bluetooth, music player, FM radio, and headphone jack.
Google Releases Lightweight Gmail Go for Low-End Android Phones
Google has made a light and quick version of Gmail available to select handsets. Gmail Go is a slimmed-down version of Gmail that works better on devices with limited resources or spotty network connections.
Facebook Debuts Messenger 'Lite' for Slow Networks
Facebook today announced Messenger Lite, a pared-down version of its instant messaging app for emerging markets. The app is meant for entry-level and mid-range Android handsets that operate on slower cellular networks.
Nokia Adds 3G and US Support to Retro 3310
HMD Global today announced the Nokia 3310 3G, an updated version of its retro feature phone announced earlier this year. The new model is slightly larger and has a new interface, but externally looks like the 2G version of this year's 3310.
Microsoft Trots Out Nokia 222 Feature Phone
Microsoft today announced the Nokia 222, a bar-style feature phone that runs Nokia Series 30+ and includes only the most essential functions. The Nokia 222's core apps include MSN Weather, Bing Search, Opera Mini, as well as Facebook, Facebook Messenger, and Twitter.
when is it coming out
It will not be made available directly to U.S. buyers, so you'll have to check around the Internet to see if you can buy an unlocked one.
Brilliant model naming
If it were quad-band though, it would be a great replacement (IMO) for the aging 6230, ...