Button phone fans can cheer. Nokia launches another reborn phone – XpressMusic 5310.
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The new Nokia 5310 has a classic design and offers common, unusual features. It is the successor of the 2007 XpressMusic 5310, focused on the music side and quality music.
Good old classics
The XpressMusic 5310 has a 2.4-inch QVGA display. On the sides there are physical buttons for controlling the music and MP3 player. But what makes the phone “a little smarter” is the Series 30+ OS. The phone is not even so “smart” as its reincarnated colleagues with KaiOS.
The operation of the phone takes care of the 4-core processor MediaTek MT6260A, which is complemented by 8MB of memory. The battery is removable and has a capacity of 1200 mAh. The manufacturer promises up to 30 days standby time per battery charge.
The rear camera has only VGA resolution, but taking quick photos is enough. 16 MB of memory can be used to upload music, fortunately it can be expanded to 32 GB with MicroSD memory cards. For private listening you can use the 3.5mm headphone jack, which also serves as an antenna for listening to FM radio. The phone also supports two SIM cards, but can only 2G.
The price of a button telephone is set at 39 eur (in the amount of 1060 crowns) and will be available this month in black and white, with red elements on the sides. Just like we used to in the XpressMusic range.