In India, Nokia has produced the 2660 Flip phone. The Flip is an old-fashioned, vintage feature phone that is hard to come by these days. The Flip gets its name from its ability to open and close its cover like an old-fashioned clamshell. When you open it, you’re met with a number keypad with large buttons and a 2.8-inch QVGA display. There is also a 1.77-inch display on the outside for alerts.
The phone costs Rs. 4,699 and comes with 48MB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage that can be increased by 32GB via the microSD card. What the Flip lacks in cutting-edge hardware, it makes up for in nostalgia—a time when cellular communication was basic and infrequently used, when touch screens were made of plastic, and feature phones were the only option.
The phone is powered by a Unisoc T107 SoC and has a 0.3-megapixel camera on the rear. Nokia claims a stunning 24.9-day standby time with a single 4G SIM and up to 6.5 hours of talk time. A replaceable battery with 2.7W charging capabilities is also included.
It is available in three colours: black, blue, and red. The phone came out in July and was only sold in a few places before it got to India.