HMD Global continues to appeal to nostalgia for Nokia and its old glories. Or, at least, that is what the most recent leaked information seems to reveal, consisting of renders and brief lists of technical specifications of two curious devices: the Nokia 8000 4G filters into renders and features at the same time as a Nokia 6300 4G.
As their names indicate, both would be intelligent versions of two feature phones well known in the history of Nokia: the Nokia 8800 and Nokia 6300. Previous rumors had spoken of the possible advent of these models but thanks to the site Nokia Power User now we have a list of probable characteristics.
Leaked features of a Nokia 6300 4G and Nokia 8000 4G
Despite being two feature phones The modern Nokia 8000 4G and Nokia 6300 4G bear several similarities to each other. For example, both would have a removable battery of 1500mAh capacity despite the fact that their designs and screen sizes would be different. We want to say that the consumption will not be the same but the battery that powers them will be.
For its part, the Nokia 8000 4G would have a 2.8-inch LCD screen, 512MB of RAM and 4GB of internal storage expandable up to 32GB via microSD card. We would get your design in black, gold and blue and black.
The 2.4-inch LCD screen of the Nokia 6300 4G is the only difference that has been listed from the Nokia 8000 4G. RAM, storage, and connectivity features are the same. Both would have 4G connectivity and Bluetooth 4.0.
The Nokia 8000 4G sees its features filtered along with those of the Nokia 6300 4G and the most interesting of all is that both would have KaiOS as their mobile operating system. KaiOS is a Linux-based mobile OS, so we can expect some kind of inexpensive processor from the Nokia 8000 4G and Nokia 6300 4G. Possibly from Unisoc though Nokia Power User He hasn’t said anything about it.
Source: Nokia Power User