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Nokia 210: Features | Pricing | Specs
The Nokia 210 is HMD Global's newest feature phone, but until it announces a 3G variant, there's little point in buying one for use in Australia.
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HMD Global, the company that holds the rights to produce phones under the "Nokia" brand, has primarily focused on budget Android handsets since it started producing Nokia phones back in 2017. Along with its smartphone line-up, it's also offered a number of feature phones, often with throwback elements to "classic" Nokia models that still hold a strong nostalgic pull.
The Nokia 210 is HMD Global's latest take on a feature phone, although it's not really evocative of a classic Nokia design, and there's a very good reason not to import one into Australia right now.
- Simple polycarbonate shell
- Charcoal, red or grey colour
- 2.4-inch QVGA screen
- Rear VGA camera only
- A simple S30-based phone.
- Opera Mini browser pre-installed
- 1,020mAh removable battery.
- Up to 20 days standby.
Pricing and availability
- Price: RRP US$35
- Where to buy: eBay