On June 12, the Finnish giant HMD Global, owner Nokia launches classicsThe announcement lifted the spirits of classic cell phone fans. In it, the relaunch of the 8210, 2660 Flip and 5710 XpressAudio was announced. According to the brand, the goal is to revive a time when technology was much simpler. However, despite having the same name as the old devices, they have some differences in design and functionality.
The company also took the opportunity to announce the launch of the Nokia T10, a tablet that promises to please those who love more compact devices. It has an 8-inch screen and a 5250mAh battery, which promises a long time to its users. In addition, it leaves the factory with Android 12 installed, which ensures more security for its owner.
For starters, the new thing that delighted tech enthusiasts was the fact that the Nokia 8210 was relaunched with 4G compatibility, in addition to 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage, expandable up to 32 GB via a microSD card.
Meanwhile, the 2660 Flip fully carries the essence of the ’90s, is popular for being an “open and closed” device, and comes with a dedicated emergency call button and charger stand. It also has a 2.8 inch screen, 0.3 mega pixel camera, Bluetooth 4.2, FM radio and a Micro SD input.
The Nokia 5710 XpressAudio is designed for those who are looking for a battery that can last for a long time, in addition to having a 4G and VGA rear camera. The device also has a stereo audio output, with outputs on the front and back.
If there is interest in buying them, the first two have been announced for €59 (about R$320), while 5710 sell for €69 (~$370).
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