Nokia has revived another classic. This time, we have the Nokia 6310.
The original Nokia 6310 was launched back in March 2001. About twenty years later, it’s being revived by the company as one of the many classics that has been brought back to life in the smartphone era.
Like the other legacy feature phones remade, the new 6310 will have a more modern and streamlined design with refreshing colors. Nokia kept the design queues similar to stay true to the brand, especially the keypad layout.
This time, it has a larger 2.8-inch curved colored screen with a QVGA resolution, wireless FM radio function, a 1,150mAh battery that can apparently last for weeks, a microUSB port for charging, a headphone jack, and of course, 2G network for internet connectivity.
Classic features like the Snake game and torch functionality are also onboard. It’s then powered by a UNISOC 6531F CPU and will be available globally for around EUR40 (around Php2,400).
Nokia 6310 2021 Specs
- S30+ operating system
- 2.8-inch curved colored screen, QVGA resolution
- UNISOC 6531G processor
- 16MB RAM
- 8MB storage, expandable via microSD up to 32GB
- 0.3-megapixel rear camera
- Snake game
- Torch function
- Bluetooth 5.0
- Wireless FM radio
- microUSB port
- Colors: Black, Yellow, Dark Green
- 1,150mAh battery