Nokia Relaunches 6300 And 8000 With 4G Support


The Smartphone brand under HMD Global, Nokia has been releasing its flagship devices from past few years. The company has set a trend to rebrand its old and discontinued feature phones that previously ruled the market. In the same trend Nokia recently announced its remake of its classic and most demanding device of the past in Barphone category, the classic Nokia 6300 4G and Nokia 8000 4G. Remember that the older versions have been relaunched with 4G connectivity and other amazing features.

Design and Display

The rebranded feature phone Nokia 6300 4G does not seem to be like an older 6300. As far as the design and look is concerned, the new Nokia 6300 4G is has a 2.4-inch TFT display with 240 x 320 resolution. While the Nokia 8000 4G comes with a 2.8-inch screen with 240 x 320 resolution and a 4:3 aspect ratio. The new Nokia 8000 is going to be a best looking feature phone by the company. It is finished with glass like shell that is similar to the NCVM coating seen on a lot of smartphones. Moreover, the curved keyboard that flushes with the display and the frame gives it a chic vibe. 

Internals and Storage

Both Nokia 6300 4G and Nokia 8000 4G are powered by a Snapdragon 210 processor topped with 512 MB of RAM and 4 GB of built-in storage with support for SD card. KaiOS handles the software front.

A significant upgrade that both smartphones bring is 4G support and a Wi-Fi hotspot. They are also equipped with GPS, Bluetooth, dual nano-SIM support (select markets), FM radio, and an audio jack.


The Nokia 6300 4G packs a 3 MP rear camera sensor while the 8000 4G features a 2 MP sensor on the back.

Battery and Pricing

Both handsets will be powered by a 1500 mAh cell that charges over a MicroUSB port. According to the company, the battery will last up to 27 days in standby and provide more than 3 hours of 4G talk time. The Nokia 6300 4G will retail for $58 while the Nokia 8000 4G will cost $93, but there is no news on availability at the moment.



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