The Russian brand of democratic electronics Irbis presented its next creation – a push-button mobile phone in a monoblock Irbis SF21 case. Outwardly, the novelty is like two drops of water similar to the legendary Nokia 3310 in its revived version from 2017.
True, a Russian phone costs several times cheaper – only 590 rubles, against at least 3600 rubles in the case of a Finnish “dialer”. The domestic model received a monochrome 1.4-inch display with a resolution of 68 x 96 pixels. This is practically all that can be told from Irbis SF21.
Except that you can still mention an FM radio, a flashlight, two slots for SIM cards, a 600 mAh battery, a music player and a slot for a microSD memory card on which you can store songs. There are also a couple of games on board the phone: Tetris and, again, the snake peculiar to the Nokia 3310. The device is presented in black and blue body colors.
Meanwhile, a simulator of the life of an alcoholic farmer appeared on Steam.