HMD, the home of Nokia phones has re-introduced the ‘slider’ mobile phone in the market through a new model, Nokia 8110.
The Nokia 8110 4G features intuitive tactile mechanics, with slide to answer and end calls, as well as a helicopter-style spin on its axis.
“The Nokia 8110 4G delivers crystal-clear VoLTE calling and is perfect for anyone who wants an iconic 4G feature phone or a companion phone, with access to an app store for favourites like Google Assistant, Google Maps, Google Search, Facebook and Twitter. Other capabilities of the Nokia 8110 4G include sending and receiving emails, importing contacts and syncing your calendar with Outlook and Gmail.” Says Gopher Ogembo, Business Manager, East Africa, HMD Global.
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The phone allows the user a standby time of up to 17 days, at least 7.15 hours of talk time, up to 48 hours of MP3 playback, up to 6.1 hours of video playback.
Nokia 8110 has a RAM of 512 MB and an internal storage of 4GB. It runs under kai OS – a Linux-based OS – with a Qualcomm Mobile Platform chipset (Dual Core1.1 GHz)
The 4G feature phone that comes complete with a curved slider design will cost users Ksh8,000.
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