Nokia might not be the biggest smartphone manufacturer in the world at the moment, but this does not mean that they are down and out for the count. On the contrary, they happen to be the largest proponent of the Windows Phone 8 platform, with a slew of devices from them having made quite a mark so far. Well, here we are with a featurephone instead of a smartphone from the Finnish manufacturers this time around, where it boasts a body which has been carved out of a single piece of anodized and sandblasted aluminum, where the display is made out of a gently-curved and polarized Gorilla Glass 2, while the keyboard itself is constructed from hardened polycarbonate resin.
What kind of hardware does the Nokia 515 feature? It will come with a 2.4″ QVGA display, sporting a 5-megapixel camera complete with voice-activated self portraits, while a microSD card slot will be able to support additional memory. Arriving in a single SIM device, it will also come with a dual SIM option, while the battery has been said to last for up to 38 days on a single charge – in standby mode, of course, but we know that this is never going to be the case. Expect the Nokia 515 to ship sometime in Q3 this year with prices starting from approximately €115/$149. [Press Release]
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