The Finnish company unveils new smartphones starting from Nokia 8.3, compatible with 5G networks on a “global” level. And announces the landing in Brazil
ROME – Not only Motorola (Lenovo) which recently launched the updated re-edition of its historic Razr smartphone. Now it’s up to the European Hmd Global, which after having proposed another mobile communication icon such as the small Nokia 3310 in 2017, today has unveiled the new Nokia brand smartphones, with a surprise always in the sign of nostalgia: the Nokia 5310 Xpress Music , released the first and only time in 2007. The Finnish company streamed on YouTube on the devices it was supposed to bring to the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the telephony fair canceled due to the coronavirus. These are three smartphones including one 5G, plus the reissue of an “old-fashioned” phone, the 5310, and a global data roaming service called Hmd Connect, which works with a Sim card and connects the user “in 120 countries. “said the CEO Florian Seiche, which also announced its entry into the Brazilian market during 2020.
Among the smartphones, all with Android operating system except for the 5310 which mounts theS30 +, the best performing is undoubtedly the Nokia 8.3, compatible with 5G networks on a “global” level, the company underlines. It has a 6.81-inch screen and mounts a quadruple rear camera with Zeiss optics. The indicated price is 599 euros.
The other devices are the Nokia 1.3 entry level (95 euros), the Nokia 5.3 medium-low end smartphone (189 euros) and the Nokia 5310 mobile phone, a reissue of the Nokia 5310 Xpress Music from 2007. It is quite intriguing to understand the reception that the latter – two front speakers, controls from the physical keyboard, without data connectivity, 32 Gb SD to host the music files, bluetooth 3.9 – will have among consumers, bearing in mind that it will cost just 39 euros.