Nokia 8110 Reloaded: The Banana Phone Is Back!

All Nokia Android Phones from Now on Will Be Android One

Last year, HMD Global brought back the nostalgia with the announcement of the new Nokia 3310 feature phone.

To that end, at MWC this year, there are five (yes - 5) shiny new Nokia handsets for every budget, ranging from the Nokia 1, the company's first Android Go offering, through to the Nokia 8 Sirocco, of which more in a moment. It is powered by a 64 bit 2.45GHz Octa Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 Processor with 6GB of RAM. Few things that remain unchanged from the previous model, is the 5.5 inch polarized Full HD display, 3or 4GB of RAM and 32 or 64GB of onboard storage all housed in a bode built out of a single 600 series Aluminum block.

The company also previews four new additions to its portfolio of Android smartphones - Nokia 8 Sirocco, Nokia 7 Plus, new Nokia 6 and Nokia 1.

HMD Global's Chief Product Officer Juho Sarvikas has announced that Nokia 3 owners can now taste Android Oreo via its beta version.

RAM, Storage, Battery & Other Features - Moving to the RAM & Storage. It had an odd banana shape with a slide down cover, but it was primed then as a great phone for business use. Well, the exact launch date of Nokia 8110 smartphone in India will be announced later on by the company and it is expected that it will launch in India after May. It offers 25 days of standby time and around 9 hours of calls.

All Nokia Android Phones from Now on Will Be Android One

Nokia 8 is available in April, the revamped 8110 in May.

As was the case past year with the relaunched Nokia 3310, the new version of the 8110 is a modern take on the phone, yet it's still instantly recognisable as an 8110.

The Nokia 8 Sirocco is an Android One smartphone, is regarded as the best phone which is the use of the stock Android and Nokia 8 Sirocco is also promising swift updates anyway. The Nokia 6 and 7 Plus still have headphone jacks, though the 8 Sirocco casts it away. The self-facing camera is a 5-MP unit, and the main rear camera configuration is the same dual-snapper setup from the 7 Plus. It's just a shame the legal information show below the Android One logo isn't more hidden and taints the style somewhat. This is also the only one of Nokia's new launches to support Qi wireless charging thanks to the glass back.

"It comes with the craftsmanship you expect from a Nokia phone, delivering durability and reliability as standard".