The difference between a push-button phone and a smartphone is a massive battery

In the age of ubiquitous communication, push-button phones with a 3.5 mm jack are gradually being replaced by simple ones the devices have become smaller. In the direction of push-button devices, the most popular one can be called Nokia. The manufacturer released a small and very simple push-button phone with a large battery.Nokia 4.2 FeaturesOS-Nokia 4.2The diagonal of the display is 2.8 inches. The resolution is 320 by 240 pixels.The camera is a single 12 MP camera.Information is stored in the phone number on the main page. The device also has a micro-switch for dialing the number with a finger. On the back side is a vertical the camera is located in a square shape.The Android operating system is the most recent version of the 3.5 GHz Java OS.Among the additional features, it is worth noting the presence of a 3.5 mm Jack and a 3.5 mm port on the rear panel. The smartphone has a built-in speaker for clear communication.Nokia 4.2 PriceThe price of the smartphone is $ 0.30 per month, which is about 9,900 at the start of sales. If you look at the presentation model, then there is a very interesting Nokia 4.2 with a large battery with a large battery. If the model went on sale back in the summer, then it should cost about 30 thousand$. At the moment, the device is sold for about 22,500$.Original version articles can be found here.