Nokia has launched the 2720 flip phone. The Nokia 2720 Flip is a classic flip phone re-imagined for today’s user – compact and tactile but transformed in usability thanks to the integrated AI technology.
When I was a kid and watching movies, one of the most fascinating parts of the movies was when a bad guy or agent finished his call and shut down his flip phone and picked his calls by just flipping the phone.
I will say this, to this day, I am still still fascinated by this very thought, initially when I was younger, I was depending on my parents to buy me the phone but now I can save up on my rolexes so that I can afford my first ever flip phone and guess what, it is a smart one at that.
The Nokia 2720 Flip features a familiar flip-phone design, combining simplicity and reliability in a durable device. It comes with an emergency button as well as an ICE (In Case of Emergency) information menu.
The phone comes with a 2.8 inch display screen, 2 MP for rare camera, 512 MB for RAM and 4 GB of storage space. With those camera and storage specs, they wouldn’t be ideal for your usual online snappy people.
The new flip phone comes with the capability of operating the smartphone apps like WhatsApp, Telegram, Facebook, Twitter among many other awesome apps that people use now days.
Motorola had initially intimidated on getting the relaunching the phone first by relaunching the Motorola Razr that were famous flip phones and also slim.
Nokia however sneaked and beaten Motorola to the flagship flip one. The flips will come as a breathe of fresh air in the market congested with either big and wide screens.
Fine, the flip phones aren’t really a new design or concept in the mobile telephone world but they will definitely offer a new dimension to this whole same story that every brand is running after.
I sure do want to look cool in front of guys as I flip my phone to receive calls and end calls. Plus that is a small phone which should be able to hide well in my pockets.
I don’t think I have been more excited to receive a phone call like when I have a flip phone in my hands.
Author: Moses Echodu
Moses is a freelance writer for Newslibre and Programs Manager at the Craft Silicon Foundation. He loves writing about sports, politics and news around the globe and Inspiring new young people!!