Feeling nostalgic for Nokia phones from the good old days? Well, HMD Global has picked three classic models and gave them a reboot with modern features. These newly announced feature phones are the Nokia 8210 4G, 5710 XpressAudio, and 2660 Flip.
A redefinition of a classic released way back in 1999, the new Nokia 8210 4G features a 2.8-inch QVGA display, a physical keyboard, and a 1450mAh removable battery with a 19-day standby time. And as the name implies, it’s got 4G connectivity along with VoLTE. It comes in three color variants: blue, red, and sand.
Up next is the Nokia 2660 Flip, which bears close resemblance to the old 2660 released in 2007. Like the 8210 4G, this clamshell phone has a 2.8-inch QVGA primary screen, but it also has a secondary 1.77-inch QVGA display to provide a quick glance at notifications. Available in black, red, and blue, the 2660 Flip features accessibility features that include hearing aid compatibility.
And finally, the Nokia 5710 XpressAudio is reminiscent of the iconic 5310 XpressMusic. This feature phone comes with a 2.4-inch QVGA display, dual-SIM compatibility, and VGA camera. As it’s aimed for music lovers, the 5710 XpressAudio also has dedicated side controls for audio. It even has a small space at the back to house a pair of built-in wireless earbuds.
All three smartphones run the Series 30+ operating system and are powered by a Unisoc T107 system-on-a-chip under the hood. They also have 128MB internal storage with up to 32GB of storage expansion via microSD.