Along with the Nokia 207, the Nokia 208 was announced today.
The 208 features the same candybar design as the Nokia 207, with a 2.4 inch display at 320 x 240-pixel resolution, and a splash-proof 12 button keypad but features a 1.3 Megapixel camera (which has voice-guided self-portrait, sequential shot and panorama mode), and a dual-SIM variant which would offer hot swappable SIM card functionality. There’s a two-part construction, similar to that of the Nokia Lumia 520, where you can change the back panel.
Coming in Q3 in Red, Cyan, White and Black colors. There’s also Mail for Exchange support, Nokia Xpress Browser, built-in Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and WhatsApp, Bluetooth 3.0 with Slam sharing, microUSB, 3.5mm AV connector and AHJ headphone support. And just like the Nokia 207, there’s support for Internet Connection sharing, so that you can use the 208 as a USB-Modem for your laptop. All powered by a 1020mAh battery, with Talk time of up to 4.5 hrs (3G) and up to 12 hrs (2G) and an impressive standby time of up to 33 days.
Both the single and dual-SIM versions of the Nokia 208 are set to cost $68 USD, before taxes, coming this Q3 2013.