Tuesday, 16 June 2020

Nokia 5310 launched in India with wireless FM radio, price Rs 3,399.

The Nokia 5310 has been launched in India as the latest feature phone by HMD Global, a licensee of the Nokia brand. The new feature phone is the refreshed version of Nokia 5310 XpressMusic, which was launched in August 2007. It comes with dual-sim support and gives 22 days of battery life on a single charge. The Nokia 5310 also comes with an MP3 player and wireless FM radio. Apart from this, the new Nokia phones have dedicated music buttons as well as dual speakers. There is also a camera sensor on the back of the phone, along with an LED flash.

Nokia 5310 price in India, availability

The price of Nokia 5310 in India has been kept at Rs 3,399. The phone will be available in Black / Red and White / Red color options from June 23 in the country for purchase through Amazon and Nokia India online stores. This phone will be available for pre-booking at the Nokia India online store from today and will be sold through offline retailers from July 22.

Recall, the Nokia 5310 was launched in the global market in March with a price of 39 euros (about Rs 3,300).

Nokia 5310 specifications, features
 The dual-sim (mini) Nokia 5310 Series runs on 30+ operating systems and has a 2.4-inch QVGA (240x320 pixels) display. The phone comes with a MediaTek MT6260A chipset. It has 8 MB RAM and 16 MB storage, which can be extended via microSD card (up to 32 GB). For photos and videos, the Nokia 5310 has a VGA camera at the rear that comes with LED flash.

HMD Global has also given some other connectivity options to the Nokia 5310 including Bluetooth 3.0, Micro-USB port and 3.5mm headphone jack. Nokia 5310 also comes with wireless FM radio support. There is also a removable battery that is rated to give more than 20 hours of talk time or up to 22 days of standby time on a single charge. Apart from this, the dimensions of Nokia 5310 are 123.7x52.4x13.1 millimeters and weighing 88.2 grams.

HMD Global, during a virtual briefing on Monday, cited figures from the International Data Corporation (IDC), stating that there are already more than 130 million users buying 2G handsets in India.