New Nokia phone goes back to its roots in India

Bangalore, September 21, 2016: Nokia refuses to die. The iconic handset   which in rural India became a synonym for  mobile phone  ( "Ek Nokia  deejiye!")   was appreciated for its toughness and quirky features -- like a torch. The brand  has been used by its new owner, Microsoft to launch a product in the affordable category where it was a byword in India.
The new Nokia 216 Dual SIM, will be available in India from October 24. It is light weight -- at  83 grams -- at light on purse at  around Rs. 2495.
Featuring two cameras with LED flash, the internet-enabled 216 with a 2.4 inch display, the 216   includes the Opera Mobile Store. Owners can download one free Gameloft game every month for a year, and enjoy popular titles like GT Racing and Little Big City.
The Nokia 216 with an FM Radio, MP3 and video player, and Bluetooth audio support for headsets. The devices can store up to 2000 contacts with a memory card support of up to 32GB. The rear camera LED flash doubles as a built-in torchlight . It is available in black, grey, and blue.