With a history as long as Nokia, there’s a great deal of cool stuff to rework on— and HMD Global, the present proprietor of the Nokia brand, is playing its cards right.
At a press session in Barcelona on Sunday, the organization declared the Nokia 8110 4G — a repeat of the Nokia 8110, otherwise called the Matrix phone.
The phone used by the youthful Keanu Reeves in the first Matrix movie is the Nokia 8110, a slide-out phone which, at the time (released in 1996, however The Matrix features the phone in 1999) was a top of the line gadget with such cool features as a monochrome realistic LCD and a sticker price of more than $1,000. The greater part of all, the slide-out system was out and out cool, and practically everybody needed to claim this phone.
The new form of the gadget, which Nokia says was motivated by the first, is a refresh, much the same as the Nokia 3310 which was launched final year at MWC. It has a 2.4-inch QVGA display, 4G network, a low-end Qualcomm 205 chip, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of storage (and a microSD card space), a 2-megapixel camera and a 1,500mAh battery.
Basically, it has none of the features that your present phone has — but it has a couple of things putting it all on the line — a 25-day battery, and Nokia’s renowned Snake game. Besides, it comes with a 4G connection, and you can use internet through it on your PC.
The Nokia 8110 4G comes in dark and yellow, but you know which one you need. It’ll set you back 79 euros ($97) when it releases in May.
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