Sometimes they come back: twenty years after the original release, HDM Global presented in Italy the reinvention of one of the most iconic mobile phones in history† This is the Nokia 6310, originally arriving in the now distant March 15, 2001.
Much to the delight of fans, the company has decided to relaunch the nostalgic phone to mark the anniversary, albeit with some modernization. There are some minor changes in the design, but the spirit always remains the same: “brick” shape, physical keys, 2.8-inch curved screen.
The operating system of the new Nokia 6310 has also been updated for greater ease of use: for example, with larger icons to make navigation easier. As you can imagine, this phone doesn’t really shine when it comes to specs. Namely, it is equipped with 32 GB of expandable memory, a single 0.3 MP camera and a resolution of 240 × 320. However, several features are available such as Wi-Fi network support and SD slot.
The battery doesn’t seem who knows what either: it’s only 1,150 mAh. But considering the amount of energy consumed almost nothing, iThe Nokia 6310 has up to 21 days of standby and 20 hours of continuous calling† Of course there will be no Whatsapp, Facebook or any other indispensable applications, but at least Snake is included.
The Nokia 6310 costs very little, only 59 euros† It will hit the shelves in black and green.