Nokia 215 costs $29 and comes with the Opera Mini Browser and Facebook Messenger built in, and can run Twitter and other apps. Despite that, it is mostly a low-spec phone — with a 320 x 240 pixel display, a 0.3 megapixel camera, a radio and a torch as its headline features.
But that is likely to help it pick up buyers in the budget market, especially in developing countries. And the lack of hi-tech features mean that it is a robust phone, built to be durable and with a battery that Microsoft says can last up to 29 days on standby.
0.3-megapixel camera, built-in torch, MP3 and FM radio support and Bluetooth connectivity. And it manages 29 days of standby battery life.
It costs just $29, and goes on sale in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia in the first few months of 2015.
Strings Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Sad how people look for a way to recover from drunk texts but never realize that getting drunk was the problem
With Strings iOS app, users can converse with pictures, videos and text, but if people want to save any of those locally, they have to ask you for your permission. Even better is that a user can edit data on other people’s devices, so if you carelessly send the wrong picture or use the wrong word, you can delete it whenever you need to. It’s free to download, and the app even mirrors Snapchat’s solution to the dreaded screenshot problem. If the recipient takes a screenshot, not only will you be informed, but they’ll be given a warning too, which is something, at least.
VIA : Strings (App Store)