Nokia is now going to release Nokia 8110 Reloaded. It has latest Retro feature. Much like HMD’s take on the 3310, the new 8110 is by no means a carbon copy of the 20-year-old handset that inspired it. They share the same banana-shaped design, which can’t possibly feel comfortable in your pocket for any length of time, but the stubby antenna of old is now gone.
Naturally, it’s also a lot smaller than the original 8110, but nowhere near as small as HMD could’ve made it. Compared to the cute and neat 3310 re-issue, the new 8110 is still rather long and chunky, particularly for a feature phone.
Features of Nokia 8110
The recognizable curved frame carries with it a number of features:
- A 2.4-inch color screen (320 x 240).
- An awful reimagining of Snake.
- A 2-megapixel camera.
- Much more capable feature-phone software, WiFi and even a 4G modem.
A speedy 4G connection isn’t totally useless if you don’t have another device that’ll benefit from a hotspot, though. Compared to the 3310, the browser on the 8110 is much better at rendering mobile websites in a readable way.
Beyond the countries where feature phones still enjoy significant market share, apparently plenty of people bought it as a back-up to store in their glove box or to take to festivals, as something new for their less tech-savvy parents or just as a fun collector’s item.
HMD is hoping the 8110 Reloaded will have the same broad appeal when it starts shipping in May in classic black and bright yellow (an obvious nod to its banana shape).
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