Nokia’s simultaneous announcement of several phones has caused nostalgia among many. These include the Nokia 8210 4G and Nokia 2660 Flip as well as the Nokia 5710 XpressAudio. Let’s begin with him.
Nokia 5710 XpressAudio comes with built-in storage and charging for wireless headphones. The phone has a retractable mechanism at the back that stores the earbuds and charges them after they are not in use. The headphones can be used to listen to music (up to 32GB via the microSD slot), or to connect to other devices such as smartphones or tablets. You can also use the phone’s 3.5mm jack to connect wired headphones.
Nokia 5710 XpressAudio has a 2.4-inch QVGA screen, a VGA maincam and a removable 1450 mAh lithium battery that can provide up to 6 hours of 4G data talk time. It can be charged via microUSB, and has an S30+ interface.
The Nokia 8210 4G borrows design elements from the 1999 classic model, but has new hardware. The Nokia 8210 4G features a 2.8 inch QVGA color display and LTE connectivity. It also supports up to 32GB storage via microSD cards. The phone is made from polycarbonate, and comes in red, blue, and sand colors. The 1450 mAh replacement battery can provide up to 6 hours of 4G talk and up to 19 days standby. Additional features include an FM radio with wired and wireless headphones as well as an MP3 player and the fan-favorite Snake video game.
The third novelty, the Nokia 2660 Flip, shares many of the same features as the two other new Nokia feature phones. However, it is a clamshell phone. It features a 2.8″ QVGA screen and a 1.77″ secondary panel. There is also a VGA camera. The battery has 20 days of standby.
The Nokia 2660 Flip has large buttons and is compatible with hearing aids. It runs on the S30+ interface, and can accept SD cards up 32 GB.
All three phones will go on sale in July. The Nokia 8210 4G, Nokia 2660 Flip and Nokia 5710 XpressAudio cost 60 Euros each.