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Nokia 5310 Launched; HMD Global Revives Nokia XpressMusic

Alongside a number of latest smartphones, including its first-ever 5G phone, HMD Global has also taken the wraps off the Nokia 5310 feature phone. Yeah, that name sounds familiar because it’s. this is often a refresh of the super-popular Nokia XpressMusic phone from 2008. Nokia is again banking on nostalgia to attach people and deliver a new set of features to first-time users.

Nokia 5310: Specs and Features

The new Nokia 5310 sports almost an equivalent design because the original XpressMusic phone with the quantity rocker and music controls buttons. HMD Global sure has made a number of improvements across the board, in line with recent leaks.

Nokia 5310 features a 2.4-inch QVGA color display and a typical keypad. The highlight will, however, need to be the twin front-firing speakers. It’s a desirable feature that’s also missing in many flagship smartphones also.

Nokia 5310 XpressMusic revived
This phone features a curved design, alongside the quantity rocker on the left and play/ pause, forward and rewind keys on the proper. you’ll also use the latter to skip tracks. There’s no selfie camera on board but you are doing get a VGA camera with flash on the rear.

The internals here includes an MT6260A processor, paired with 8MB of RAM and 16MB of internal storage. Yes, 8MB RAM. Measly as compared to 16GB on the Galaxy S20 Ultra, right? It supports storage expansion up to 32GB via microSD card, so you’ll store all of your favorite MP3 tracks on the phone. you’ll prefer to play the in-built FM radio also.

Nokia 5310 comes equipped with a 1,200mAh removable battery, 2.5G connectivity, Bluetooth 3.9, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and more.

Price and Availability

Nokia 5310 has been priced at 39 euros (around Rs. 3,099) and can continue sales in March itself. It comes in two color variants – Black/Red and White/Red.

There is currently no word on when (or if) this nostalgic feature phone will make it’s over to India. does one actually need an XpressMusic feature phone once you have Spotify? allow us to know your thoughts within the comments below.

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