HMD Global owned Nokia today launched two new phones -- Nokia 3.1 Plus that comes under Android One smartphone line-up and the Nokia 8110 4G Reloaded which is also called as the banana phone.
The Nokia 8110 4G will be up for sale at a price of Rs 5,999, starting October 24. The 3.1 Plus features an Aluminium panel with 2.5D curve and comes in Blue, White and Baltic colours. The device also gets a dedicated MicroSD slot apart from the dual sim tray.
The device is powered by MediaTek's P22 chipset and sports a dual-lens setup consisting of one 13MP PDAF sensor and another 5MP depth sensor. The front sensor is an 8MP selfie lens with AI features.
There is also a Live bokeh mode where the depth can be adjusted both before clicking picture as well as after. Further, the Nokia 3.1 Plus comes with a 6-inch HD+ panel with 18:9 aspect ratio display.
Launched earlier this year at MWC 2018, Nokia 8110 is redesigned version of the banana phone that gained a huge popularity back in the 90s.
The Nokia 8110 operates on KaiOS and comes with its trademark banana shape. The device is powered by Qualcomm 205 and supports apps such as Google Maps, Google Assistant, Facebook etc. The company also announced a partnership with Jio, wherein Nokia 8110 users will get access to 544GB of 4G data.
The Nokia 8110 features a 2MP rear camera along with 4G LTE with VoLTE support, Bluetooth 4.1, Wi-Fi, micro USB 2.0, and a 3.5mm audio jack. The phone is powered by 1,500mAh battery which the company claims can give 25 days of standby time, 48 hours of music playback, and up to 6.1 hours of video playback.