Nokia 515 is a Series 40 powered handset made with aluminum

Nokia 515 is a Series 40 powered handset made with aluminum
The Nokia 515 has been introduced by the Finnish based manufacturer. Powered by Series 40, the phone is made of sturdy anodized aluminum and features a 2.4 inch QVGA LCD display made with Gorilla Glass 2. The keypad is produced using a polycarbonate resin. The Nokia 515 sports a 5MP snapper with an LED flash, 256MB of native storage and and 32GB capacity microSD slot.

The handset will be released next month with stops in Russia, Germany, Switzerland and Poland. And the device will be offered in single SIM and dual SIM models with dualband HSDPA (900 / 2100) and quadband GSM / EDGE connectivity. The phone is priced at 115 EUR ($150 USD).

If you thought that Series 40 phones were dead, here is a new model that shows you that there is life in the ol' boy still. And with a 3.5G HSDPA connection, it still provides the speed that you need. The Nokia 515 is available in black and white and with the Easy Swap Dual SIM model, you can change SIM cards without turning off the phone.

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source: Nokia via Engadget

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