Nokia 6300, 8000 Launched in Europe
The two classic phones have been given a facelift and now arrive with 4G support.
Highlights of the Story
- Nokia 8000 4G has a 2.8-inch QVGA display.
- Both the phones have a 3.5mm audio jack.
- They will be available in European markets starting EUR 49.
HMD Global officially launched the Nokia 6300 4G and 8000 4G feature phones in Europe. They are the refreshed avatars of the smart-feature phones. This revamped look gives the feature phones a premium look. Moreover, the phones run on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 processor. It comes with a 1,500mAh removable battery.
Also Read: NBTC Certifies Mi 10T Lite – See Specs Here
“As the world is still adapting to the new normal and working flexibly, we wanted to provide an extra layer of reassurance and convenience for families to remain connected both to their work and one another. The amazingly affordable Nokia 6300 4G and beautiful Nokia 8000 4G-offer choice, connectivity, and style, drawing on our trusted heritage, redesigned for the modern-day.”Juho Sarvikas, Chief Product Officer, HMD Global
Nokia 8000 4G, Nokia 6300 4G Price
Nokia 8000 4G comes with a price tag of EUR 79 (roughly Rs. 6,900). Whereas, the 6300 4G comes with a price tag of EUR 49 (roughly Rs. 4,300).
The former launched in Onyx Black, Opal White, Topaz Blue, and Cintrine Gold color options, and the Nokia 6300 4G has launched in Cyan Green, Light Charcoal, and Powder White colors.
However, the exact availability is not announced for the smart feature phones. HMD Global also said it will be available only in select markets.
Nokia 8000 4G, Nokia 6300 4G Specifications
Both run on KaiOS software, which is the most preferred platform for feature phones. Because of this, it will be able to run WhatsApp, Facebook, Google, Gmail, YouTube, and other apps that can be downloaded from the KaiStore.
Additionally, it also supports Google Assistant, will give you voice support for certain features. However, it will not be like the full-fledged Android experience.
Also Read: How to Make Your Android Look Like an iPhone
Nokia 6300 4G features a 2.4-inch QVGA screen and the standard numeric keypad. Whereas, the Nokia 8000 4G has a 2.8-inch QVGA display.
Both phones run on Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 processor. In addition, 6300 4G has 4GB of internal storage compared to 8000 4G has 512MB RAM. Moreover, the storage is expandable up to 32GB using a microSD card.
Nokia 6300 4G has a VGA rear camera. Whereas, the Nokia 8000 4G has a 2-megapixel rear camera.
Both phones pack a 1500mAh battery that is rated to deliver a standby time of 27 days. There is a MicroUSB port for charging and a 3.5mm audio jack. It also comes with support for a Wi-Fi hotspot.
Connectivity options include memory expansion, FM Radio, LTE Cat 4, WiFi, Bluetooth, A-GPS, and support for dual nano-SIM cards.
Also read: Best mobile phones under 20000
- The OnePlus 9R was launched in April as a reasonable and appealing option for smartphone users who did not want to spend more than Rs 40,000. Then the 2021 launches rolled down, and the OnePlus 9R was no longer as competitive as it had been– it had simply become the most affordable way to get…
- The IPL 2021 resumption matches have been scheduled to kick off from September 19, 2021. When it comes to the location, the matches will be held in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Now, as the IPL 2021 schedule and stadium information are out of the way, let us talk a bit about the matches. The…
- In this article, we will be talking about a very popular Apple phone which is the iPhone 11. There is a huge confusion revolving around whether one should buy this iPhone in 2021 or not? Hence, we will be talking about 5 reasons that make buying the iPhone 11 worth it even in 2021. Also…
- Should you buy iPhone 12 in 2021? Or wait for iPhone 13?
- Lately, Tecno has been slaying the competition in the sub-Rs10,000 price bracket. Last we made a video of Tecno Spark 7, which was launched at Rs 8,999. Today, the brand has sent us their Tecno Camon 17, which is launched in India at Rs 12,999. Processor Gone are the days when we used to complain…