Since the hands of HMD Global, Nokia has repeatedly “revived” the legendary phone models in the past, such as Nokia 3310 2G / 3G / 4G, Nokia 8810 with “fruitful banana “or last year was the Nokia 2720 and this year it was the 5310 XpressMusic. All are “modern” versions of the “super products” once stormed when Nokia was still the number 1 phone maker.
Recently, according to information from the WinFuture site, Nokia is planning to “revive” a series of new products from the past, including two extremely familiar names: Nokia 6300 and Nokia 8000, 2 in the number of phones that have branded Nokia from decades earlier.
Details of the existence of these models can be found on the Danish home website Telia. The “revived” version will be called Nokia 6300 4G and Nokia 8000 4G, and is expected to run on KaiOS as well as support 4G connectivity / streaming.
Nokia 6300 was first introduced to users in 2007, is a base 40 Series device. It features a design featuring a color screen, T9 keypad, expandable memory card support and a 2MP camera.
As for the Nokia 8000, in contrast to the 6300 which is the entry-level product, the 8xxx series from the 1990s has been considered a high-end Nokia product line, including the Nokia 8800 Sirocco with its yellow is still being bought by many users today. Unlike the usual Nokia phones, the Nokia 8000 has a unique slider design, so it is likely that the 4G version of this product line will also have a similar design.
Currently, the official launch date of the Nokia 6300 duo and Nokia 8000 4G versions has not been announced. It is expected that these 2 machines will be available before the end of this year.