According to Neowin, HMD Global is the newest member of its feature phone family. The two new phones are nokia 6300 4G and Nokia 8000 4G. They have some similarities in terms of specs and features, including snapdragon 210 chip, 512MB of MEMORY, and 4GB of internal storage, which you can expand with a microSD card.
Nokia 6300 4G design takes some inspiration from the original 2007 Nokia 6300, but it has been modernized to make it more suitable for modern people. KaiOS can run some basic apps — including popular apps like WhatsApp — and it also supports Google assistants, so there’s still some smart experience. It is worth noting that it is the cheapest nokia has yet to offer this feature set, with an average retail price of 49 euros (about rmb382).
In addition to 4G, the phone has Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, A-GPS, and an FM radio that connects to headphones through A 3.5mm jack. It has a 2.4-inch QVGA display with a VGA sensor and a flash that can be used with the camera or just as a flashlight. It comes with a 1500mAh battery that promises 27.9 days standby time and 8.2 hours of talk time.
Nokia 8000 4G is very similar to the Nokia 6300 4G in terms of specs, but the biggest difference is in the design. The front panel has curved edges, including the digital keys, while the back has a ‘glass-like’ texture to give the phone a more sophisticated feel. It also comes in different colors, making better use of the design.
In terms of specs, the only difference is the display. The Nokia 8000 4G comes with a 2.8-inch display and a 2-megapixel rear camera. Everything else is pretty much the same.
Both phones will be available in some markets from today. Available in turquoise, charcoal and pinkish white, the 6300 4G will cost an average of 49 euros. The Nokia 8000 4G comes in onyx, opal, topaz and topaz colours and costs €79.