8210, 5710 XpressAudio and 2660 Flip: Nokia’s old hits are back


Nokia launches three new phones on the European market aimed at those who are not interested in smartphones. The 8210, 5710 XpressAudio and 2660 models offer modernized versions of successful namesake models from 20 years ago.

The technique is already proven. To be (re)known better, Nokia had resurrected its 3310 in 2017, modernized for the occasion, 17 years after its illustrious elder. The brand did it again later with other models, including the 8110 marketed in 2018.

rebel today. The brand announces the forthcoming marketing of a Tablet T10 at contained prices and dimensions, and accompanies him with mobile phones remembering his old successes. All priced under €100, they come in the form of the 8210 4G ($79.99), 5710 XpressAudio ($89.99), and 2660 Flip ($79.99) and share the Series 30+ operating system.

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The Nokia 8210 in 4G version.

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The most emblematic, and which will undoubtedly arouse more memories among those over 30 years of age, is none other than the Nokia 8210, which wins 4G compatibility for the occasion, especially used to ensure VoLTE calls, although it has an integrated web browser . Beneath its 2.8-inch QVGA screen hides a Unisoc T107 chip and 48 MB of RAM (!), all of which allow you to run some games, including Snake either tetris. All this complemented by a 1450 mAh battery that promises long-lasting autonomy, and powered by a micro-USB port. Let’s add that a jack and a microSD port are also included, to complete a storage of 128 GB.

The Nokia 5710 XpressAudio

The Nokia 5710 XpressAudio, with its integrated wireless headset.

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The Nokia 5710 XpressAudio uses almost all the technical specifications of the 8210, including 4G connectivity, but with a smaller screen (2.4 inches). It was certainly necessary to save space, since this mobile is distinguished from normal laptops by its integrated wireless headphones. Simply slide off the top of its back cover to reveal its case, which also doubles as a charging case.

You guessed it, the 2660 Flip brings the back with the same technical elements and a different format: it is a folding phone, with a 2.8-inch screen (QVGA) inside and a 1.77-inch screen outside (QQVGA) . Nokia says it’s hearing aid compatible and aimed at a larger audience here.

The Nokia 2660 Flip.

The Nokia 2660 Flip, foldable.

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