HMD unveils three Nokia feature phones

HMD released three new Nokia feature phones, of which the more interesting is the Nokia 5710 XpressAudio, which has a built-in charging box, and houses a truly wireless headset, which is very personal.

The Nokia 5710 XpressAudio looks like a normal candy bar feature phone from the front, with a 2.4-inch QVGA display and classic T9 keyboard. But there's a charging compartment at the back, accessible by sliding a plastic cover. The charging case is used to charge the true wireless earphones, providing 4 hours of music playback per charge, or 2.4 hours of talk time. HMD says the Nokia 5710 XpressAudio's removable 1450mAh battery can provide up to 6 hours of talk time on 4G networks and up to 20 days of standby time when two 4G SIM cards are inserted.

In other configurations, the machine provides a 3.5 mm port, Bluetooth 5.0, 128MB of expandable storage space, dedicated music control buttons, support for FM radio, the use of a micro USB port, provides a VGA quality camera. The machine is powered by the ancient Saipan S30 operating system and supports microSD expansion (up to 32GB).

The device retails for £74.99 (about 600.67 yuan) and will be available in the UK in late July.

In addition to the Nokia 5710 XpressAudio, HMD also released the Nokia 8210 4G feature phone (based on the classic Nokia 8210 released in 1999) and a flip phone called the Nokia 2660 Flip. The 8210 4G retails for £64.99 (about 520.57 yuan), while the Nokia 2660 Flip retails for £64.99 (about 520.57 yuan), which has an optional charging stand for an additional £20 (about 160.20 yuan). RMB), both will be available in late July.

Finally, HMD also released the Nokia T10 tablet, a smaller 8-inch Android tablet compared to the 10-inch T20 released last year. Prices start from £129 (about 1033.29 yuan), only the Wi-Fi version, with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, will be available in August.

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