Nokia 2010 May Relaunch with Nokia A10 Moniker, 4G LTE Support

by Anvinraj Valiyathara 0

Last year, HMD Global had resurrected the Nokia 3310 feature phone and the new version of the Nokia 8110 banana phone was showcased at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018 in February this year. Fresh information reveals that the Finland-based company is working on the reincarnation of Nokia 2010 phone.

According to Android Authority, its source has revealed that the revamped version of the Nokia 2010 that was announced in 1994 will be releasing next year to mark its 25th anniversary. It will be arriving with an improved design, a color display and will also carry support for 4G LTE connectivity. It is expected to be available in the same markets where HMD Global is now selling the new Nokia 8110 phone.

The new edition of the Nokia 2010 is pegged to run on the same OS that is available on the new Nokia 8110. However, the handset is also expected to support WhatsApp and Facebook through the partnership between the Finnish firm and Facebook. The handset may hit the market with a new name of Nokia A10 or something similar. It is likely to arrive in vibrant colors such as Red, Yellow and Black.


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There is no information available on the specifications of the smartphone. Also, the publication did not confirm when will HMD Global launch the Nokia A10 phone. It may use the MWC 2019 platform to unveil it.

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