Nokia Mobile to bring back Nokia 6300 4G and Nokia 8000 4G

A carrier Telia released a refreshed list of phones that are supporting WiFi calls. This wouldn’t be a special news if Nokia 8000 4G and Nokia 6300 4G weren’t listed there. This can only mean that Nokia Mobile is bringing back two more legendary Nokia phones, or their remakes. Nokia 6300 4G and Nokia 8000 4G will be a nice addition to Nokia 3310 (2017), Nokia 8110 4G, Nokia 2720 Flip, and Nokia 5310. We still don’t know all the specifications of these new feature phones or which software will those be running, but I suppose that KaiOS could be a choice or revamped s30+.

Anyways, we might have already seen Nokia 6300 since the phone resembles to Nokia Leo we had a chance of seeing on leaked press images in August 2020. And if that is true, than the phone could have already passed FCC certification process. Nokia 6300 was originally announced back in 2006 with a 2MP camera and was running a capable S40 OS. Back in the days it used to be one of the most wanted feature phones. It would be nice if new Nokia 6300 could come with 2MP camera at the back.


On the other hand, Nokia 8000 could be based on numerous 8xxx models that Nokia was making from early beginnings. That series of feature phones was coming with the best materials you could get then on a mobile phone, so you would have phones with a shiny metal body or a gorgeous one like Nokia 8800 Arte Carbon from 2008.

I’m looking forward on seeing how will Nokia Mobile meet the original phones. Will the new Nokia 8000 be a reminder of a design or will it also be bringing good quality materials.

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