Continuing the ploy to reawaken some great myths of its past, Nokia, in addition to a tablet for families, presented 3 detox feature phones including a model whose back acts as a charging case for two true wireless earphones with stem.
During a surprise event by HMD Global, the Finnish brand that takes care of the relaunch of the Nokia mobile division has announced three feature phones, to ride a market that, in 2022, should be worth 1 billion dollars, but also to allow people to escape the stress of always being connected. A new tablet for families was also added to these products.
Starting from the most iconic feature phone, the Nokia 5710 XpressAudio (July, 89.99 euros, in the white-red or black-red combo) is a candybar phone with a 2.8-inch QVGA screen on the sides of which are the physical buttons to control the music. , which can be stored in the microSD that can be inserted up to 32 GB of capacity, can be listened to according to various presets (eg dance, bass, etc). Animated by the Unisoc T107 processor, the heir of the Nokia 5310 XpressMusic dated 2007, after the touch of vintage, it gives itself a burst of modernity thanks to the two true wireless earphones, hidden in the rear compartment (where they are recharged), which can be discovered thanks to a flap. slide above the VGA camera with LED flash. The new Nokia music phone, which uses 4G for phone calls (VoLTE), does not lack Bluetooth 5.0, 3.5 mm jack, wireless FM radio and, again to listen to music, two integrated speakers. The removable 1450 mAh battery promises “weeks of stand-by”, also thanks to the undemanding Series 30+ interface.
Same battery, same storage option with microSD, identical operating system (with the famous Snake game), same Unisoc T107 processor, are also found in the Nokia 8210 4G (July, 79.99 euros in red, sand, blue), heir to 8210 model launched in Paris in ’99 on the occasion of Fashion Week: this device is also a style icon, minimal, with “sling” side frames that give it a distinctive trait, but which serve to contain the display very well 2.8-inch resolute in QVGA, placed above the key with separate island keys and “function keys adapted to the present day”. On the back there is a camera, symbolic, VGA with LED Flash.
The Nokia 2660 Flip dual SIM (4G) clamshell phone appears suitable for the elderly (July, at 79.99 euros without base, at 89.99 with base, in black, red, blue). The latter, on the 2.8 “QVGA internal display, shows an enlarged interface, can be placed in charge on a special base, and supports hearing aids. There is also a VGA rear camera placed above the 1.77 ″ external display: music can be stored on the 32 GB microSD card, while about 20 days of stand-by are ensured by the 1,450 mAh battery.
Also arriving in July, which can be combined with an optional blue flip cover (34.99 euros), the Nokia T10 tablet (208.0 x 123.2 x 9.00 mm for 375 grams) has a polymer unibody chassis with an 8-inch HD + screen: the selfiecamera reaches 2 while the postcamera goes up to 8 megapixels: the audio section amazes with the stereo speakers and the 3.5 mm mini-jack. To guide it, on the hardware side, is a 1.6 GHz octacore processor, the Unisoc T606, with the combinations of RAM and storage (expandable by 512 GB) from 3 + 32 (Wi-Fi only, 169 euros) and 4 + 64 GB (with 4G, at 189.99 euros). The 5250 mAh battery charges at 10W via microUSB 2.0 Type-C. The operating system is Android 12, with 3 years of monthly security updates and the promise to bring it to Android 14: parents can count on the parental control of the Family Link tool and on the hub of protected and educational content Google Kids Space.