HMD Global continues its line of retro-inspired Nokia candy bar phones, this time with the Nokia 6300 and Nokia 8000. Both phones are powered by KaiOS and are powered by a 4G-ready Snapdragon 210 processor that is paired with 4GB internal storage (expandable via MicroSD), 512MB RAM, and a 1500mAh battery. Both phones can be used as a WiFi hotspot and come with FM Radio, headphone jack, and a MicroUSB port. Both are also rated to last for up to 25 days with 4G connectivity on.
The Nokia 6300 is a doppelganger of the original 2006 version, though it utilizes a polycarbonate body instead. You get a 2.4-inch LCD with a 320×240 QVGA resolution and a VGA camera on the back.
The Nokia 8000, on the other hand, is not like its sliding premium predecessors but boasts of a curvy design with a glasstic-like finish on the keymat. Compared to the Nokia 6300, the Nokia 8000 gets a slightly bigger 2.8-inch display with the same QVGA resolution and a 2-megapixel rear camera.
The Nokia 6300 is priced at 49 Euros(~Php 2.8k) while the Nokia 8000 is priced at 79 Euros(~Php 4.5k). Both phones are expected to be available globally soon.