Flashback: The Nokia 8210, the telephone featured prominently in Charlie’s Angels, is again! To say I get nostalgic could be an understatement.
The Future’s Kid’s Unbiased Ladies theme music is enjoying and I keep in mind the video of Kelly Rowland utilizing Microsoft Excel to name Nelly. Attention-grabbing instances – and now you may relive them with Nokia’s newest retro telephone. From the skin, that is the Nokia 8210, the most effective telephones of the 2000s. However inside it’s rather more fashionable.
It is essential to level out that this is not a smartphone, and at simply £64.99 you would not count on it to be. As a substitute, it is the type of telephone Nokia has been legendary for: a bombproof design, unbelievable battery life, and the all-important FM radio.
Nokia 8210 4G: What’s New?
As you might need guessed from the “4G” telephone within the identify, this is not your mother’s Nokia. It options 4G and VoLTE applied sciences for high-quality calls, wi-fi and wired FM radio, a microSD-compatible MP3 participant for extra cellular music, and naturally, Snake. It will final for weeks on standby, and it is acquired a main digicam, which the Samsung Galaxy S22 Extremely might not have, nevertheless it’s much better than something we have had earlier than.
I actually like this telephone. It will not change my iPhone 13, however definitely not for that. It is a competition telephone, a journey telephone, a telephone for when it is advisable be in contact with folks however do not wish to be tempted to doom and gloom when you need to be having enjoyable. And if it is something just like the Nokia I had earlier than, for those who drop it on the ground, you are going to break the ground.
The Nokia 8210 4G is obtainable in three colours from as we speak: Blue, Pink and Beige. The blue is a really darkish colour and the beige jogs my memory lots of my Nokia 3210 which was launched 23 years in the past to my horror. However I would go along with purple right here: I believe it is probably the most retro colour of the three, which implies I prefer it probably the most.
All collectively now: Charlie, how come your angels come down so…