Nokia 2660 Flip 4G launched in India, Know Price and Features

Nokia 2660 Flip 4G launched

Smartphone brand Nokia has launched its new feature phone Nokia 2660 Flip in India. This phone has been introduced with 4G LTE connectivity. Nokia’s Series 30+ operating system has been given in the phone. Two displays are seen in the Nokia 2660 Flip. Apart from this, 128 MB internal storage has been supported in this phone with a Unisoc T107 processor and 48 MB RAM. Let us know about the other features, specifications, and price of the phone.

Nokia 2660 Flip Price 

The price of the Nokia 2660 Flip in India is Rs 4,699. This is the price of its 48MB RAM and 128MB storage variant. According to the company’s website, it is currently available on the Nokia website in Black, Blue, and Red color options.

Specifications of 2660 Flip

This phone coming from Nokia has been introduced with a premium design. Dual-SIM and 4G connectivity support is available in this phone. The phone comes with two displays, a 2.8-inch primary display with QVGA resolution and a 1.77-inch secondary display with QQVGA resolution. At the same time, 128 MB of internal storage has been given in the phone with a Unisoc T107 processor and 48 MB RAM. Talking about the camera of the phone, it has a 0.3-megapixel rear camera, which comes with an LED flash.

Nokia 2660 Flip Battery

The phone has a 1450mAh removable battery, which supports 2.75W charging. Regarding the battery of the phone, the company claims that it can be run on a single 4G SIM on standby mode for 24.9 days, while in normal use it gets a talk time of 6.5 hours. For connectivity in the phone, Bluetooth v4.2, Micro-USB 2.0 port, and 3.5mm headphone jack support have been provided. Galaxy Z Flip 4 gets tough competition

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