The Nokia 206 mobile phone was unveiled by the Finnish manufacturer on November 26th, and many consumers may be attracted by the inclusion of a long-life battery.
Buyers can opt for a single or dual-SIM version, the latter of which allows users to take advantage of tariffs on different networks.
Owners can benefit from up to 47 days of stand-by time from a single charge, meaning users are less likely to encounter problems because of a drained battery.
The device has a 2.4-inch screen, 1.3-megapixel camera and traditional keypad, and includes personal management tools like a calendar and to-do list.
The Nokia 206 could be ideal for those consumers who want to upgrade their old mobile phone without opting for a touch-screen device, and looks set to be a fantastic option for those on a budget.
Cyan, magenta and yellow colour versions will be available, although Nokia has not confirmed whether the gadget will be sold in the UK.
Posted by Simon Thomas