HMD Global has launched its new feature phone Nokia 5310 in India. The phone costs Rs 3399. It supports dual-sim. The company says that once charged, it gives 22 days of battery life. The phone has an MP3 player and wireless FM radio for music lovers. Apart from this, there are also dedicated music-keys and dual speakers. The phone also has a rear camera sensor that comes with LED flash.
Nokia 5310: Price and Availability in India
- Nokia 5310 is priced at Rs 3399 in India. It is available in Black / Red and White / Red color options.
- It will be available from June 23 through Amazon and Nokia India online stores.
- The phone will be available for pre-booking at Nokia India online store from Wednesday and will start selling through offline retailers from July 22.
- Let us know that Nokia 5310 was launched globally in March with a price of EUR 39 i.e. around Rs 3,300.
Nokia 5310: Basic Specification
The Nokia 5310 phone supporting Dual Mini SIM works on the Series 30 Plus operating system and has a 2.4-inch QVGA (240×320 pixels) display.
The phone has a MediaTek MT6260A processor and also has 8MB RAM. The phone has 16MB of onboard storage, which can be expanded up to 32GB on a microSD card.
For photos and videos, the Nokia 5310 has a VGA camera at the back that comes with LED flash. For connectivity, the phone has options such as Bluetooth v3.0, Micro-USB port and 3.5mm audio jack.
Nokia 5310 has wireless FM radio support. It also has a removable battery, which provides more than 20 hours of talk time or up to 22 days of standby time on a single charge. The phone weighs just 88.2 grams.
HMD Global, during a virtual briefing on Monday, cited figures from the International Data Corporation (IDC), stating that there are already 130 million users buying 2G handsets in India. The company, citing data from Facebook Insights, also mentioned that there are more than 97 million users in the country who love listening to music on phones.
This phone is a refreshed version of Nokia 5310 Express Music which was launched in August 2007.