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Nokia Plans To Revive It’s Classic Model 150 With Physical keyboard

The classic model Nokia 150 of the Finnish company will see the light again very soon with a new companion,…

By TrendsTechBlog , in GADGETS , at June 2, 2020 Tags: ,

The classic model Nokia 150 of the Finnish company will see the light again very soon with a new companion, with similar characteristics, baptized as Nokia 125, according to Roland Quandt on his Twitter account.

Quandt has limited itself to reporting on the next release but has not specified technical specifications or in which countries we will be able to get a unit. According to its sources, the Nokiamob portal announced that the Nokia 150 will have an old-fashioned physical keyboard, similar to the original one launched in Christmas 2016. It will also have a 2.4-inch color screen and a VGA rear camera. with an LED flash.

Its retail price is estimated at 41.90 euros for the Nokia 150 model and about 39.90 euros for the Nokia 125. The only color available will be black and both will have the capacity to carry two SIM cards.

Its retail price is estimated at 41.90 euros for the Nokia 150 model and about 39.90 euros for the Nokia 125. The only color available will be black and both will have the capacity to carry two SIM cards.

The original Nokia 150 had a GSM 900/1800 system, a Nokia BL-5C 1020 mAh Lithium-Ion battery, weighed 81.6 g, had dimensions of 5 x 1.3 x 11.8 cm, had a built-in radio and the screen was 240 × 320 resolution with QVGA video.

Nokia 150 Model

There are more and more users who prefer to use the mobile for their original purpose; call, send, and receive messages, without more devices and accessories. In fact, in many cities, it has become fashionable among certain social groups that try to escape excessive commercialization and competition between devices and brands.

Many celebrities such as Anna Wintour editor of Vogue, Stephen Schwartzman, Warren Buffett, and even Rihanna, have switched to retro cover mobiles, leaving behind the thousands of applications and functions offered by modern terminals, where calling is almost the least.

Although most experts point out that the key is that classic phones were much safer, the truth is that apart from this, it has already become a minimalist fashion.

Classic mobiles are almost impossible to hack, so the user’s privacy compared to modern devices is expanded by a high percentage.

Besides, although we did not create it, retro mobiles had very useful applications, such as calculators, basic agendas, a simple camera … etc, everything you may need daily. The dichotomy between the retro and the new will remain open for many reasons, mainly for fashions, but also for taking the perspective of which path we should continue based on the origins from which we come.

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