Nokia, on Thursday (19) announced its line of cell phones for the first half of 2020. The launch was scheduled for MWC 2020, which was canceled due to the new coronavirus.
Among the models with Android is the remake of a classic model from the manufacturer. After the return of the 3310 and the 8110 “Banana Phone”, now it’s the 5310 XpressMusic’s turn.
The original cell phone was launched in 2007 with a focus not only on telephony but also on music playback. And the current device follows the pattern: physical buttons that make it easy to control playlists, front speakers and a traditional 3.5 mm headphone jack, plus built-in Bluetooth and FM radio.
The model is not a super smartphone, with rather modest technical specifications. It has 8 MB of RAM and 16 MB of internal storage, expandable only via micro SD card up to 32 GB, in addition to 2.4 QVGA screen.
The rear camera is VGA and there is a physical alphanumeric keyboard, following the design of the original. Finally, the device only operates on 2G, which means that telephony functions may not work depending on the region.
The battery has a storage capacity of 1,200 mAh, but Nokia guarantees that it can last up to 1 month in standby, due to the low consumption of the device.