Nokia, the former king, was once the most popular mobile phone brand for many generations born in the 70s, 80s, and 90s. Since 1996, it has been the number one mobile brand in the world. And this has been a full 15 years. But it has yielded its positions in 2000s. One day, a small green robot named “Android” turned out and took Nokia’s throne. It is reported that Google’s Android platform surpassed Nokia’s Symbian system to become the world’s largest smartphone platform in the fourth quarter of 2010. Since then, Nokia’s smartphone market share has become less and less under the offensive of Google and Apple. Recently, two new 4G phones of Nokia officially entered the network at the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, namely Nokia 8000 4G and 6300 4G. According to the website, both phones sport KaiOS system.
In terms of configuration, the Nokia 8000 4G has better hardware, with a 2.8-inch display and a 2-megapixel rear lens, while the Nokia 6300 4G has a 2.4-inch display. Moreover, the Nokia 6300 received a plastic case and is available in four colors: green, blue, gray, and white. The camera parameters are not yet known.
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In appearance, the two phones continue the elements of the Nokia 6300 and Nokia 8000 released in 2007. However, the Nokia 8000 4G version has a curved front panel and a glass-like back panel on the back.
In addition, these two phones feature Snapdragon 210 chip, have 512MB storage, 4GB memory. They also support Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, FM radio, and other functions.
We can understand that since HMD took over the Nokia smartphone business from Microsoft, it has launched a number of replicas of Nokia’s classic models. This time, the two models are replicas of the Nokia 6300 and 8000 classic models.