Nokia relaunches it’s tiniest 8210 phone from 1999 with 4G support
The Nokia 8210 was introduced as the market’s smallest and lightest Nokia phone back in 1999. And now HMD Global has re-introduced this phone in 2022 with added features such as bluetooth support and 4G.
In other words, the Nokia 8210 4G is a 4G version of the original Nokia 8210.
There are a lot of similarities between its design and that of its forebear. However, there are a few nice additions to the gadget.
S30+ OS and dual-SIM compatibility are included. QVGA display is found on the feature phone’s 2.8-inch screen. It’s LTE-capable, and the polycarbonate casing keeps it sturdy.
Under the hood, there’s a Unisoc T107 System on a Chip (SoC). Battery life on standby is 19 days with a 1,450mAh battery.
VGA camera, 128MB of internal storage (expandable up to 32GB), FM radio, and an MP3 player are all included in this device’s features.
To top it all off, the smartphone includes a classic game of Snake that we all used to enjoy.