Nokia may no longer create the coolest Android smartphones, but when it comes to feature phones, HMD Global understands how to liven them up. Nokia recently unveiled three feature phones, one of which drew our attention. It’s named the Nokia 5710 Xpress Audio, and it’s very similar to Nokia’s previous XpressMusic phones. At first sight, the phone appears to be simply another spruced-up feature phone, except that it conceals a pair of TWS earbuds within!
Yes, at a time when phone manufacturers are abandoning the 3.5mm headphone port, company comes up with a phone that includes a TWS earphones charger.
Users must flip it around and peel down the slider cover to reveal the TWS earphones, which nestle comfortably inside the phone. Obviously, Bluetooth is used to pair the earbuds, and they appear to be a simple pair of earbuds. The phone is available in black and white, and the earbuds follow suit.
Nokia 5710 XpressAudio: Specifications
The phone has a 2.4-inch colour display and a T9 keyboard. Like the original music phones, there are music playback buttons along the display bezels. To indicate its musical ambitions, the phone has a simple red lining on its rear.
You even get a 0.3-megapixel back camera, which may not please shutterbugs but may be sufficient to record a fleeting moment. Nokia continues to use the antiquated Symbian S30+ operating system, which means no apps or other modern features.
The phone runs on a Unisoc T107 chipset and has 48-megabyte RAM and 128-megabyte storage. For the time being, the 5710 XpressAudio is only available in the United Kingdom and costs £74.99. The availability in other markets is still unknown.