Announcement. Nokia 2780 Flip - there are different kinds of clamshells

Photo Announcement. Nokia 2780 Flip - there are different kinds of clamshells

The push-button flip phone Nokia 2780 Flip has been announced in Far Abroad. Well, yes. While some (let's not point fingers) are perverted with flexible and insanely expensive screens, ex-Finnish boys are refining an ancient classic.

Actually, Nokia 2780 Flip is not a stupid push-button phone that doesn't know anything at all. No. This is a KaiOS device. It has support for LTE networks, it has Wi-Fi and even a GPS module. The screen is, however, not touch. More precisely, screens.

Yes, there are two screens. Internal - 2.7" diagonal (23 cm²) and resolution 240x320 (148 ppi). And a small external one - 1.77" (10 cm²), here the resolution is even lower - 128x160, 116 ppi.

A camera with a resolution of as much as 5 MP perched above the external screen. True, without autofocus.

Iron stuffing - like ancient smartphones. Chipset Qualcomm Snapdragon 215 2019. In AnTuTu, android devices based on this chip give 50-60 thousand points.

Memory. 512 MP operational and 4 GB permanent. (The spec does say it's the other way around, but we don't believe it.) There is support for a memory card.

The battery has a capacity of 1450 mAh, which is insanely small for a smartphone and quite a lot.� for a push-button device.

The Nokia 2780 Flip will go on sale in mid-November. Not so expensive by local standards. Only $89.99 (₽5540).

Nokia 2780 Flip key features:

Screen TFT-TN, 2.7", 23 cm², 240x320, 148 ppi Add. screen TFT-TN, 1.77", 10 cm², 128x160, 116 ppi HardwareQualcomm Snapdragon 215
1.3 GHz, 4 x Cortex-A53, Adreno 308 Memory RAM 512 MB, ROM 4 GB, Micro-SD up to 32 GB Mobile InternetLTE cat.4 150/50 Mbit/s
EDGE Mobile networksLTE Bands 2,4,5,7,12,13,17,25,26,41,66,71
UMTS Bands 2(1900), 4(1700), 5(850)
GSM Bands 2(1900), 3(1800), 5(850), 8(900) Rechargeable Li-Ion, 1450 mAh Dimensions202.1 x 58 x 11.47 mm Weight131.2 g Rear camera: 5 MP, �flash, no autofocus GPS navigation OS KaiOS (KaiOS 3.1) SensorsHall USB Type-C

Georgy Kiselev

I am from Mumbai, India. I write about gadgets and novelties of mobile phones. My profession is a telecommunications engineer.