WinFuture reports that Nokia plans to revive the legendary Nokia 6300 and Nokia 8000 phones.
We are not talking about smartphones, but about classic push-button phones.
As a reminder, the original Nokia 6300 was released in 2007. This is a business class phone that cost about 300 euros. The updated version will retain the classic design. But we can count on an improved display and advanced hardware.
As for the Nokia 8000, it was a whole series of expensive devices in stainless steel cases. Unfortunately, insiders do not say which model of the 8000s the manufacturer plans to reissue. But it is argued that an expensive gadget from premium materials is waiting for us. It could be the most expensive push-button phone in years.
We are waiting for details on new products in the near future.
Earlier it became known that Nokia plans to release a real flagship smartphone called Nokia 10. According to rumors, it will be based on the Snapdragon 875 chipset.
You can see the range of cell phones in our catalog.
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