HMD has revived two of the traditional Nokia phones with the Nokia 6300 4G phone, and the Nokia 8000 4G phone.
The two phones work with the KaiOS system, and support many useful applications, such as: the Facebook application, the messaging application WhatsApp, Google Maps, and the Google Assistant. In the case of the Nokia 6300 4G phone, the design is almost identical to that of the 2006 version of the phone, but the Nokia 8000 4G phone does not come with a sliding keypad like it did in the previous 8000 series phones.
The Nokia 6300 4G phone offers a 2.4-inch LCD screen with a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels. The body of the phone is made of plastic, and there is one rear camera with VGA resolution.
The phone includes a Snapdragon 210 processor, with 4 GB of internal storage memory that can be expanded via external microSD cards.
The (Nokia 6300 4G) battery has a capacity of 1,500 mAh, which is removable and is charged via a microUSB port. The company claims that the phone’s battery is sufficient to work for 25 days from standby. The phone comes with a headphone port, and supports the Wi-Fi hotspot (hotspot) feature.
The phone is available in three colors: white, gray and green. It retails for 49 EUR (58 USD).
The Nokia 8000 4G phone comes with a plastic body, but with a design that resembles chrome. The phone offers a screen measuring 2.8 inches and a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels, and on the back there is a 2-megapixel camera.
The phone includes a processor (Snapdragon 210), a random access memory (RAM) size of 512 MB, and an internal storage capacity of 4 GB that can be expanded via external memory cards.
The (Nokia 8000 4G) battery has a capacity of 1,500 mAh, which is similar to the (Nokia 6300 4G) to work for 25 days in standby mode. The phone is available in four colors: black, gold, white, and blue, at a price of 79 euros ($ 93).