The Nokia 206, which features an alphanumeric keypad and 2.4‚”display is now available in South Africa.
Nokia has made the Nokia 206 available for purchase in South Africa. Featuring a classic alphanumeric keypad and a generous 2.4‚” display, the Nokia 206 provides ample room to surf the Internet, play games and chat with friends and users can also enjoy fast access to Facebook and Twitter right from the home screen. Featuring a vibrant colour palette, the Nokia 206 is the ideal phone for those who want familiarity and ease of use, coupled with beautiful design and all the benefits of fast mobile Internet.
The Nokia 206 is one of the first devices to feature Nokia’s exclusive Slam feature, which enables consumers to share multimedia content like photos and videos with nearby friends almost instantly. Slam works with most Bluetooth-enabled mobile phones without the need to pair devices, and without the recipient needing to also have Slam. In just a few clicks, people can ‚’Slam’ their content to another device faster than with Bluetooth alone and without consuming Internet data.
This new device takes full advantage of the Nokia Xpress Internet platform, which uses Nokia’s cloud technology to reduce data consumption by up to 90%, helping consumers enjoy more affordable Internet access. It also features Nokia Nearby, a web app that helps consumers discover points of interest such as restaurants, shopping and ATMs close to their location.
Other key features of the Nokia 206 include:
¬∑ Imaging technology that optimizes photos taken with the 1.3MP camera for sharing on Facebook
¬∑ A comprehensive social and mobile entertainment package with eBuddy Chat, WhatsApp and a gift pack of 10 free, premium content items
¬∑ Impressive standby time: up to 47 days
The Nokia 206 retails for around R759 and available in stores around the country.
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