The makers on Nokia telephones, HMD Global, on Thursday, launched the refreshed model of its beforehand widespread slider phone — the Nokia 8110.
Taking benefit of the present festive season of Durga Puja and Deepawali, the 4G characteristic phone comes with a curved physique and a slider masking the keypad. Popularly generally known as the ‘banana phone’ will probably be positioned as a companion gadget for customers which can be already utilizing a smartphone. It is priced very competitively at Rs. 5,999.
Feature phone customers
Speaking to nationwide each day The Hindu, Ajay Mehta, Vice President, and nation head-India stated, “While predominantly we expect it to be a companion phone to smartphone users, we will also target feature phone users looking for a stylish device and a premium experience,”
The firm additionally launched its “made for India” smartphone the Nokia 3.1 Plus with a price ticket of Rs.11, 499.
“The Nokia 3.1 Plus is built on the feedback received from the Indian consumers. That is why we launched is globally from here. Indian customers are looking specifically looking for a larger screen, better imaging with a longer battery life,” Mehta stated.
The Nokia 3.1 Plus, which ships with Android Oreo pre-loaded, contains a 6-inch show, twin rear cameras, a 3500mAh battery and is powered by MediaTek Helio P22 octa-core processor.
Saying that “macroeconomic factors are what they are,” Mr. Mehta stated it was early to evaluate the market sentiment however the firm was hopeful of higher gross sales than even final festive season pushed by a wider vary of merchandise portfolio mixed with festive presents.