Nokia Brings Back Nokia 8110 From The Dead | Nokia MWC 2018
A year ago, HMD Global presented a new version of Nokia 3310. Refreshing the legends, however, is still at its best. On the occasion of MWC 2018, the daylight saw the arrival of the Nokia 8110 4G, a feature phone but a little smart. Yes, you can’t call it a dumb phone.
Nokia 8110 4G has been created as a response to the needs of users who use phones primarily for calls but still expect some smart features. According to the manufacturer, this model will also be perfect as a device for a weekend or a trip, when you need a guarantee that in the least expected moment you will not lose contact with the world.
A Feature Phone But Note Dumb Phone
Nokia 8110 4G will be sold with pre-installed applications Google Maps, Google Search and Google Assistant as well as Facebook and Twitter. The user will download more from the dedicated store. Nokia 8110 4G can also be used as a hotspot, which will undoubtedly be appreciated by many people. This is another 3310 4G feature phone after Nokia, offering such a feature.
Nokia 8110 4G Colors, Availability & Price
The Nokia 8110 4G will be available in two colors: banana yellow and black. It will go on sale in May. Her suggested price was set at 79 euros. Nokia is doing great playing the Nostalgia card. Last year’s Nokia 3310 happened to be a great success and we have a similar feeling for the Nokia 8110 4G.
Nokia 8110 4G Photo Gallery
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