If you still prefer a feature phone to a smartphone, the Nokia 515 certainly looks like one to consider.Nokia is pitching this as a 'premium mobile phone' that is made with 'style-conscious people in mind'. Whether that's the case perhaps depends on what you use your phone for and if you consider the 'candy bar' shape relevant in 2013. If you do and you don't go crazy for apps, you're in luck.Wrapped in lightweight aluminium and in a colour option of black or white, the Nokia 515 is available as a single or dual-SIM model, both with scratch resistant Gorilla Glass 2, a 2.4-inch QVGA LCD screen a 5-megapixel camera with LED flash, panorama, sequential shot and self-portrait modes (along with east social sharing), 3.5G connectivity, HD Voice audio, a microSD slot and key apps like Facebook and Twitter pre-loaded.Feature phones are still a big thing for Nokia and the market in general, so we shouldn't be too dismissive of this. As a secondary / back up phone, it's a stylish option too, especially at the price. The Nokia 515 hits Europe in September, expected to sell for around £98.