In IFA 2019, Nokia recently relaunched its iconic flip-phone 2720. It is such a nostalgic moment for all the 90s kids.
Just like Nokia revamped its 3310 and 8110, the brand new 2720 is a part of what HMD calls its “Nokia Originals” lineup, which provides updated layouts on classic Nokia layouts.
In cases like this, that is the reverse phone, that are getting a slick design, a bigger 2.8-inch inner screen, and a few new capabilities.
This model is kinda different like other models, because HMD states that they are working on a Assistant integration now specially for its new lineup, which means that you will have the ability to use it your personal assistant Siri, Bixby, Alexa etc.
it is having some unique functions just as you remember: once you receive a call, you will have the ability to find out who is calling the 1.3-inch external screen (it will also show different alarms), and also you may reply by simply launching the phone.
When you are ready to hang up, snap the phone closed, and you’re going to finish the call, an act that is still just as gratifying.
Besides this more modern applications, HMD has also added a couple of modern improvements into the brand new 2720: it is a dual-SIM with support for LTE, and also it is having features like WiFi and hotspot.
It may actually be a fairly good alternative for a spare telephone when traveling. The Nokia 2720 will probably be available in black or grey afterwards in September for €89, though HMD still haven’t declared when and where it will be available for sale.
HMD also had two additional attribute phones to announce IFA 2019 along with the flashier reverse. There is the Nokia 800, which appears to exchange on the famous durability of older Nokia phone by providing a really rugged choice from the manufacturer.
Such as the 2720, it runs KaiOS, but in addition, it includes both an IP68 rating for waterproofing and dust along with a MIL-STD-810G evaluation for things such as humidity, direct sunlight, sound, very low pressure, and fever. HMD also says it may endure two-meter (~6.5-foot) drops to the concrete.
There is also a carabiner loop constructed in and rubberized keys spaced further apart that are thought to be less difficult to use gloves. Last, HMD promises around 43 hours of standby time off on one charge. It is going to be out in October to get 109 euros.
Ultimately, there is the Nokia 110, an updated version of this 15 Nokia 105, which adds multimedia capabilities. You may currently side-load music on a microSD card (up to 32GB), also it’s a simple camera and an integrated radio.