Moving on, according to the specs-sheet image that we were asked to keep private, the Nokia R is expected to see the light of day sometime in April next year. True to its humble beginnings, the Nokia R's specs read like something taken from a decade ago – a 240x320 pixel resolution display with up to 65K colors, 16MB of RAM, FM and MP3 players, all of which powered by a 1100mAh cell. The handset is also fairly chubby at 116.4x50.3x13.25mm, though that's not untypical for its class. It's also worth pointing out that the Nokia R will apparently only offer 2G GSM connectivity, meaning relatively glacial speeds compared to what's available nowadays.
If anything, this serves to showcase just how much of a role Nokia's feature phone division has played in keeping the company afloat as it was hemorrhaging dollar bills in the smartphone market, and it would appear that it continues to do so. And while such devices may appear almost comical, it would be wise to remember that about half of the world still buys into them, and it'll be a long while until this changes.