I think it is very nice to see that Nokia is making a comeback, and I found this new Nokia 8110 4G to be very handy and convenient. It’s quite a bit smaller than a smartphone and I like the way you can answer calls by just sliding the cover down. When I was in secondary school I had the Nokia 3110 Classic, it was my very first phone and I still remember I did a lot of part time jobs to save up and buy it as it was pretty expensive at the time for a secondary school kid to buy! So I’m still familiar with how the keypad works, and I tried playing the new Snake game, which is much more colourful and modern. Normally people tend to judge phones by their prices, like the cheap phones you can buy at 7-11 being very plain and basic. So I’m a bit surprised that this phone actually feels good to hold and the yellow colour gives ia a more active and lively vibe. Nokia used to be the number one phone brand and obviously a lot of people still remember them, so it’s good that they’re not just making Android phones but also coming up with new versions of classic Nokias! – @rei-angeline
Nokia 8110 4G
The newly reimagined Nokia 8110 4G might have its roots in the classic Nokia 8110 that kicked off the highly successful slider form factor for Nokia, but on the inside it is quite a competent feature phone, with a 2MP rear camera and full WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS connectivity. It’ll also run Google services like Maps and Assistant, is dual SIM capable and can last up to 25 days on stand-by!