HMD is preparing a new Nokia featurephone, a Series 30+ handset rather than Kai OS or other. It has a nice ergonomic shape (plus, itís feather light at 83.6g) and with a 1,020mAh battery should last forever on a charge (compared to smartphones).
Donít expect much out of the phone TA-1139, it has a 2.4Ē display (240 x 320px), a 3MP camera on the back with an LED flash, optional dual SIM, a microSD slot for up to 32GB memory expansion, MP3 player and an FM radio.
You know, itís a phone. A 2G dual-band phone at that, so you canít use it on a growing number of operators (Wikipedia has a handy list). Maybe weíll see a 3G/4G version later on.
This Nokia wonít have the semi-smart features of the 8110 4G (Google Maps, Assistant) because itís powered by a single 360MHz CPU core with only 8MB of RAM and 16MB storage. Youíll really need a microSD if youíre going to listen to MP3s or even just use the camera (luckily, you can have a 32GB card for under $10).
What do you think this one will be called? HMD already used the ďNokia 3310Ē name, but thereís no shortage of similarly nostalgic old Nokia models.
We want S40 back. The Nokia 3310 3G has J2ME but supports only MIDP:2.0 and the old Nokia supports MIDP: 2.1. S40 was the best OS for feature phones. The new nokia's midi engine is too bad. if you don't believe just play a midi on an old nokia and...
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