Nokia 8000 4G Specs and Design Revealed In Its Launch Poster

Nokia is highly famous for launching iconic devices, last week we already announced that two of them could be returning in revamped versions: the Nokia 8000 and 6300. Now more information is coming thanks to a source that revealed the Nokia 8000 4G specifications that should be released soon.

The website responsible for the information is WinFuture, which received a promotional image from an internal source where the specifications of the cell phone were found.

As you can see above, Nokia mentions that the 8000 4G has a premium design with material similar to glass and a keyboard with curved edges in 3D, which should be very interesting for the ergonomics when holding the phone.

The screen is 2.8 inches on LCD with a resolution of 320×240 pixels QVGA and speaking of numbers, the processor is a Snapdragon 210 with 4 cores and 512mb of RAM, more than enough to run KaiOS, which is the operating system of this type of device.

The internal memory is 4GB with the possibility of an expansion via MicroSD up to 128GB. At the rear, there is a single 2MP camera. The specifications are completed by a 4G quadband connection with support for two nanochips, WiFi and Bluetooth.

The battery is 1500mAh and can be recharged via MicroUSB. The total weight of the cell phone is 110 grams. Unfortunately, there is still no information on the Nokia 6300 4G. In addition to the Nokia 8000 4G, HMD Global is planning also to bring the Nokia 6300 4G onto the market, but specific information or photos are not yet available.

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