HMD is preparing a new Nokia featurephone, a Series 30+ handset rather than Kai OS or other. It has a nice ergonomic shape (plus, it’s feather light at 83.6g) and with a 1,020mAh battery should last forever on a charge (compared to smartphones).
Don’t expect much out of the phone TA-1139, it has a 2.4” display (240 x 320px), a 3MP camera on the back with an LED flash, optional dual SIM, a microSD slot for up to 32GB memory expansion, MP3 player and an FM radio.
You know, it’s a phone. A 2G dual-band phone at that, so you can’t use it on a growing number of operators (Wikipedia has a handy list). Maybe we’ll see a 3G/4G version later on.
This Nokia won’t have the semi-smart features of the 8110 4G (Google Maps, Assistant) because it’s powered by a single 360MHz CPU core with only 8MB of RAM and 16MB storage. You’ll really need a microSD if you’re going to listen to MP3s or even just use the camera (luckily, you can have a 32GB card for under $10).
What do you think this one will be called? HMD already used the “Nokia 3310” name, but there’s no shortage of similarly nostalgic old Nokia models.
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