BIS certification of Nokia 8210 4G, Nokia 2660 Flip and Nokia 5710 XpressAudio phones in India

24. 07. 2022 Sunday / By: Robert Denes / Leakage / Exact time: BST / Print this page

The recently announced Nokia 5710 XA, 2660 Flip and 8210 4G devices have also been certified by the Indian Bureau of Standards (BIS).

Nokia 5710 XA (TA-1482), Nokia 8210 4G (TA-1492) and the Nokia 8210 4G (TA-1492) are manufactured by Nokia Mobile's long-standing handset manufacturing partner, Bharat FIH, at its Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu facility. On the other hand, MCM Telecom, which previously manufactured the Nokia 2.3 and Nokia 2.4 in the country, is assembling the Nokia 2660 Flip (TA-1480) at its facility in Noida, Uttar Pradesh.

Nokia's latest feature phones are taken from the past with a few modern twists. There's the reimagined Nokia 8210 4G , which introduces 4G to the 1999 Nokia 8210 , and the Nokia 2660 Flip , which offers a familiar experience and large tactile buttons. Nokia also honors the XpressMusic line with the Nokia 5710 XpressAudio – a candybar handset with a built-in wireless earpiece.

The Nokia 5710 XpressAudio is the most exciting offering in the range thanks to its built-in wireless earphones. On the back of the phone is a sliding mechanism that holds the buds and charges them when not in use. You can use the buds to listen to music stored on the device (up to 32 GB of storage via the microSD slot) or FM radio, and connect them to any other device, such as a smartphone or tablet. The phone also has a headphone jack if you go that route.

The Nokia 5710 offers a 2.4-inch QVGA color screen and distinctive volume controls on the side of the display. The phone also features a VGA rear camera and a removable 1450mAh battery that provides up to 6 hours of 4G talk time and can be charged via microUSB. It runs the S30+ interface. The Nokia 5710 is available in white/red and black/red, with the earpiece matching the primary color of the phone.

The Nokia 8210 4G takes its design from the classic model launched in 1999, but updates the hardware on all fronts. With a 2.8 QVGA color display, LTE connectivity and support for up to 32 GB storage via microSD card. The phone is made of polycarbonate and is available in sand, blue and red. It has a removable 1450 mAH battery that provides up to 6 hours of talk time on 4G and up to 19 days of standby time. Other extras include an FM radio receiver that works with both wired and wireless earphones, a built-in MP3 player and the fan-favorite Snake game.

The Nokia 2660 Flip is the third novelty, and it brings similar specifications to the other two new Nokia phones, but in clamshell form. It has a 2.8 QVGA main screen, a secondary 1.77-inch panel, a VGA camera and a 1450mAh battery that can last up to 20 days on standby. The Nokia 2660 Flip also features large tactile buttons and hearing aid compatibility (HAC), making it a viable alternative for elderly users. The device also works on the S30+ interface and supports SD cards up to 32 GB. Available in black, blue and red.

In terms of price, the Nokia 5710 XA is priced at £74.99 (EUR 88, USD 90 and INR 7185) in the UK, while the Nokia 8210 4G and Nokia 2660 Flip are priced at £64.99 (EUR 76, USD 78 and INR 6225). The company hasn't revealed the release date of these devices in India yet, but the Nokia C21 Plus has become available in the country within about a month of its registration with BIS (June 14).

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