Nokia 110: 18 days of battery life for only 25 Euros

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Nokia continues to leverage its return to the market to bring new devices to life that were lost in time. That said, in addition to the top segments, it continues to launch economical devices that despite having smaller features, are nonetheless interesting. Now this brand belonging to HMD Global has added a new model to this segment called Nokia 110.

Nokia 110: 18 days of autonomy for only 25 Euros

 

The Nokia 110 features an updated design that is very similar to the new Nokia 3310. The body is made of polycarbonate similar to that used in Nokia Lumia models. It is compact and has a dimension of 15.2 × 49.9 × 14.3 mm, weighing 76.1 g. It is true that for all intents and purposes this is a 2G phone in the 5G era, but it can be useful as a backup device.

At the specs level, the new Nokia 110 has a 1.77-inch color screen with a resolution of 180 × 120 pixels. It is powered by a Spreadtrum SPRD 6531E chipset and we have a single 8 MP camera on the rear panel.

In the meantime, the Nokia 110 gets its power from an 800mAh battery that can provide up to 18.5 days standby time, 14 hours talk time and 27 hours of music playback, plus 18 hours of music playback. FM radio. It is charged via a micro-USB port.

The Nokia 110 comes in dark gray, magenta and blue-green colors. The price is around 25 Euros.

However, Nokia is also working on newer devices. Thus, HMD Global will launch early next year a cheaper 5G device that is not to be thrown away. Despite having interesting specifications, the Nokia 8.2 5G should not break the wallet of users.

 

Nokia 8.2 5G: A 5G smartphone at a cheaper price!

According to the NokiaPowerUser team, a source who wanted to remain anonymous claims that the next Nokia 8.2 5G will be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 735 chipset. This is a processor that will still be announced. This chipset is expected to be so successful and slightly above the Snapdragon 730 and directly below the next-generation Snapdragon 865 when it arrives in early 2020.

This news from HMD makes a lot of sense because Qualcomm and Nokia have already launched a teaser about a smartphone equipped with a Snapdragon 700 series chip and compatible with 5G networks. It should be developed with the 7-nanometer manufacturing process and introduce a new generation artificial intelligence system.

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