Nokia's new smartphone launched at a very low price, know what is the price

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Newz Fast, New Delhi: Nokia company's phones have been launched in India in the past, whose reviews have been very good. Recently also a new phone of Nokia company Nokia 2660 Flip has been launched. Let us know about the features of this phone.

Nokia's latest 4G VoLTE feature phone has been launched in India. Very good features have been given in this phone. The price of this phone has been kept less than Rs 5000. This phone is equipped with features like dual screen, wireless FM radio, strong battery and snake game. The company has kept the price of this phone only up to Rs 4,699. This smartphone comes with flip design.

Equipped with 4G feature, this smartphone also gets hearing aid compatibility and an optional Nokia charging cradle. You will get this smartphone in Black, Red and Blue color options. You can buy this feature phone of Nokia from online stores and offline authorized retailers.

This smartphone has a long lasting battery life. And along with this, an emergency button has also been given in it. With which users can quickly contact their friends and family in times of need. Users can save any five emergency contact numbers in it to make emergency calls in case of emergency.

1450mAh removable battery
The phone flaunts a 2.8-inch display and offers dual 4G connectivity with 4G VoLTE support. This Nokia flip phone has a 1450mAh removable battery. The Nokia 2660 Flip phone also has microSD card support which runs on the Series 30+ operating system.

The phone has 0.3 megapixel rear camera
The company has given Unisoc T107 in this phone as a processor. The Nokia 2660 Flip phone is equipped with a VGA camera. For photography, users will get 0.3 megapixel rear camera with LED flash in this phone.

Nokia 2660 flip phone works on S30+ operating system. For the entertainment of the user, the company is also offering games like Snake, Racing Attack and Doodle Jump. Users are also getting FM radio support in the phone.
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