HMD Global, the Finnish tech firm made a splash in the phone market with as many as five handsets at MWC 2018. whilst 4 of the smartphones were given their share of limelight at the conference, what stood out became the ‘banana’ phone or the reimagined Nokia 8110 4G feature phone. The device that got here as a rebirth of the traditional Nokia 8110 generated a whole lot of hype however regrettably it cannot hit considered one of the largest smartphones and characteristic cellphone markets in the world.
Nokia’s 8110 Banana Phone Design
The slightly curved handset has a slider that lets you answer and end calls, and HMD is creating traditional black and banana yellow versions.
Nokia’s 8110 Banana Phone Features
The Nokia 8110 runs at the Smart Feature OS, so that is a simple characteristic cellphone and also you’re now not going to access the Android apps found on different Nokia Android smartphones. But, HMD is growing an app save for the tool, so that it will include facebook so there’s a threat different third parties would possibly create their personal apps for this.
Not like the 3310, the 8110 will ship with LTE support throughout Europe, with dual-SIM variations available too. Inside there’s a Qualcomm 205 cellular Platform processor, 512MB of RAM, and 4GB of storage. At the same time as the banana smartphone looks large in pix, it’s extraordinarily small with only a 2.4-inch QVGA show and a 2-megapixel camera at the rear. You’ll even get access a remodeled Snake sport, and an outstanding 25 days of battery standby.
Nokia’s 8110 Banana Phone Price
The banana phone is set to go on sale first in Singapore and Vietnam at the end of May for a mere S$109 (or about $80, £60 and AU$107 converted), and will also up for pre-order in Europe in a number of countries that include the UK, France, Italy, Spain and Germany.