The Nokia 6310 is back. Although the new version does not turn into a smartphone – Nokia has slightly modernized the technology of the classic cell phone since the early 2000s. This is confirmed by pure connection via GSM 900/1800.
However, for. 59.90, according to the manufacturer, the phone offers “week-long” battery life, a 2.8-inch screen and large buttons, among other things. Nokia also introduces new and expanded menus and large font options.
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The phone with polycarbonate casing can also do multimedia – at least from a retro perspective. An integrated FM radio or MP3 player can provide just as much entertainment as a “snake” game. There is also a camera – with a moderate 0.3 megapixel resolution. The microSD card has a slot of up to 32 gigabytes. The internal memory is 8 megabytes in size.
The newly introduced classic LTE cannot do that. Nokia puts battery life of up to 22 days in standby mode and more than 19 hours of pure talk time. 1150 mAh battery is removable. The retro telephone is available in black and dark green among others.
This is because, according to the data sheet, it does not support modern wireless connections via LTE, which is not an unreserved recommendation for retro Nokia travelers. Switzerland, for example, began removing the GSM network from service in 2020, and many networks are no longer in service in the United States.
Other countries are likely to follow suit. There is no definite date yet for the termination of the GSM network in Germany. (dpa)
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