Nokia has announced its latest mobile phone which it hopes will add an element of style to the feature phone market.
The Finnish firm is releasing the Nokia 515 for the strong audience who don't want to spend a fortune on a device and also don't care about how many megapixels the camera has. However, the company want to prove that it's not just a phone to throw away at festivals as it hopes to bring style and design to the market.
It brings a 2.4-inch LCD display and weighs just 102.7g but there isn't much else to comment about the device apart from the five-megapixel camera that's on board and 3G support. There is also a dual-SIM and 256MB of internal storage but a microSD card slot.
Battery life is fairly standard as Nokia says it will last more than ten hours without using 3G. Unfortunately, there's no news about when the device will be released in the UK or US but it hits Germany next week for €115 (£98).
Posted by Clare Marshall