For the last three years, Nokia Mobile has been announcing two phones each year as a part of its Originals series, wherein it remakes the old Nokia phones with a modern touch. Given that the company implemented a different strategy during the smartphone-only launch event in April, the Nokia 6310 is the only Nokia Originals device that came out this year.
Today, Nokia Mobile silently began its sale in India. The feature phone somewhat inherits the design language of the modernized Nokia 3310, but it features a larger 2.82-inch QVGA display and large buttons. The accessibility mode offers a one-icon view and various font options.
In terms of specifications, HMD Global has kept it simple for a 2G feature phone, so it runs on the native Series30+ operating system. That translates to a standby life of up to 21 days or talk time of up to 19 hours with an 1150 mAh removable battery on a single charge.
One of the highlights is the support for Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP). It will allow you to transfer audio to a wireless headset, files, and contacts over Bluetooth 5.0. The back houses a 0.3 MP camera and a flash that also acts as a torch.
Inside, it has the Unisoc 6531F chip paired with 16 MB of RAM and 8 MB of internal storage. There is a microSD card slot for up to 32 GB, a 3.5 mm audio jack, and a micro USB port. The device supports wireless FM radio and comes pre-loaded with an MP3 player and the classic Snake game.
Apart from the Black, Green, and Yellow colour options, the Nokia 6310 is also available in the India-exclusive Blue colour. At ₹3399, the device is priced similarly to the Nokia 3310, Nokia 5310, and Nokia 225 4G in the country.