There may be a lot of talk about smartphones at Mobile World Congress this week, but HMD says there are still 1.3 billion people using feature phones. And while the company has entry-level smartphones like the new Nokia 1 that it thinks should be a big step up for those folks, the company is also launching a new feature phone called the Nokia 8110 4G.

It’s a 79 Euro ($97) device that comes with a few key apps pre-loaded.

For example, it has Facebook and Twitter, as well as the classic feature phone game Snake. But the Nokia 8110 4G also supports Google Maps and Google Assistant.

The Nokia 8110 4G has something of a throwback-style design, with  physical number keys and a small screen. It will be available starting in May and it’ll come in black and yellow.

The phone’s specs include:

  • 1.1 GHz Qualcomm 205 processor
  • 512MB LPDDR3 memory
  • 4GB eMMC storage
  • 2.4 inch QVGA display
  • 2MP rear camera
  • 802.11b/g/n WiFi
  • Bluetooth 4.1
  • GPS
  • FM radio
  • micro USB 2.0
  • 3.5mm audio jack
  • microSIM slot
  • 1,500 mAH battery

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13 replies on “HMD introduces $97 Nokia 8110 4G feature phone”

  1. Google Assistant? Not sure this isn’t a smart phone…
    It might be the minimal kind of phone I want without sacrificing must-have apps though…

  2. It would be interesting to see this with a small touch screen and Android go so you could still get apps your used to having but be compact enough for vacation.

    1. It’s running KaiOS, which is forked from Firefox OS. Guess there would still be a big difference in battery life between the two.

  3. I think this is a great road for Nokia as for work instances where u need a halv smart phone but not the rest

    1. interesting choice,
      i though it would be the same os as the late asha
      Do you think someday we’ll see sailfish or maemo phones??

    1. ring ring ring
      banana phone!!
      weird shape nokia is the best nokia

        1. For me it was the 5510(that i owned)
          the 7600(seashell like)
          and the e7!!

  4. Oh yes ,nice surprise !!
    really glad nokia is back,
    although it’s a ;
    I’m they deviate from the squarefest touchscreen device!!

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