Launched by Nokia in 2001, the 6310 gained a reputation for being a highly resistant and even “indestructible” device, as it was dubbed the “Nokia brick” and stands out all over the world – especially in Brazil – for having interesting features at the time, Like a 1.8 inch monochrome screen, for example.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of this cell phone, the manufacturer decided to relaunch the model with some improvements and new features, while retaining some of the nostalgic features found in the older version, such as the “snake game” and the shape. With slightly curved and rounded edges.
The new generation 6310 has a 2.8-inch color screen and a resolution of QVGA (320 x 240 pixels), which, although not very high, surpasses its predecessor and allows the user to view the content displayed on the interface of the system. Navigation is done using the physical buttons located just below the screen.
On the back, we have a clean look without much detail, as only the 0.3MP rear camera, LED flash and just below the branding engraving on the plastic case are visible.
Moving on to the internals, the new 6310 sports a Battery with a capacity of 1150 mAh and autonomy for up to 7 hours of talk time or weeks in the mode getting ready.
Being a very simple device, we can’t ask for much, and this phone still uses the microSD format, has 8MB of internal storage and arrives without support for 4G networks, as well as no Android operating system.
Availability and price
The Nokia 6310 is now available for purchase overseas and has a suggested retail price of £60 450 BRL In direct transfer and without adding taxes.
Is this new model as resistant as the version released 20 years ago? Tell us what you think, comment!
- Nokia 6310 is not yet available in Brazilian stores. To be notified when he arrives.
- Nokia 3310 4G is not yet available in Brazilian stores. To be notified when he arrives.
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