Available in a single and dual-SIM variants, the Nokia 206 costs just above $60 off contract. The device comes with the classic keypad of the past, and it sports a 2.4-inch QVGA display and expandable memory via microSD cards. There is also a 1.3-megapixel camera on the back, and 2G connectivity.
As a bonus to that, you get 40 free games from EA, plus the new SLAM Bluetooth file-sharing technology.
Battery life is outstanding at 47 days on standby for the single-SIM version, and down to 28 days on the dual SIM model.
The Nokia 206 release date is set for Q4 2012 and it will first arrive in developing markets like India, Nigeria and Indonesia.
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