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What year are we ?! Nokia lashes out at the past

HMD Global took advantage of the exhibition Germany's largest 2019 to introduce a smart device pair to the middle market - and three stupid cellular devices reminiscent of the previous decade

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The Chinese-Finnish HMD Global company, which acquired the rights to a brand Immortal in the cellular world about three years ago, has done so far a bad job of trying to preserve some unique identity in the past that dominated the entire mobile market - yet it does not seem to be able to take the technological leap forward and continues to focus primarily on a narrow nostalgic audience niche. .

The company's appearance at Europe's largest consumer technology show included the Nokia 800 Tough model and the Nokia 2720 Flip model based on the KaiOS system, which was born as a rolling OS for basic (or semi-smart) mobile devices - one hard-wired in military standard in tiny bar configuration and the other a direct innovation to the popular oyster device of Original from 2009.

Resume craft For beloved models of the past continues - moving to the mouthpiece configuration that was considered innovative somewhere in the 1990s

Both of these new and old models are based on Double-core Snapdragon 205 with very veteran 28 nm lithography, with 512MB of dynamic memory and 4GB for internal storage plus second, third and fourth cellular connectivity and Bluetooth wireless 4.0 and Wi-Fi 802.11n. What is the problem? Recommended prices of between 90 Euro and 110 Euro, which will have to compete with "real" smart devices From home And other Chinese manufacturers.

Nokia has a new 'tank' device - just a shame it is intended for an audience not really interested in smartphones, and should cost almost NIS 500

In addition, we got to know the latest Nokia 110 and even more basic ones than the other two, with a colorful 1.77 inch screen, the S30 Plus system of And a tiny 800mAh battery that should last for a lot of consecutive working hours - at a hilarious price of only 20 Euros designed to continue the great success of past 1100 and 1110 models in developing countries.

New mass meter That joins the model 105 has the similar structure that was introduced several months ago

Nokia also had A little more relevant and new to us: 6.2 and 7.2 for the middle market, with an updated design centered on the "wheel" for the rear photography units, which is reminiscent of the The company's famous 1020 PureView from the past.

Restrained design as best of tradition That feels a bit like a combination of the PureView for modern Motorola devices

The Nokia 7.2 model offers an 6.3-inch IPS screen at 2,280 × 1,080 pixels resolution, Snapdragon 660 octagonal and something old, dynamic memory volume of 4GB or 6GB plus built-in 64GB or 128GB storage with scalable, back fingerprint scanner, Built-in, 3,500mAh battery with basic 10 watt charging and triple main photo array with main 48 megapixel unit and 8 megapixel and 5 megapixel units for wide angle photography and depth sensing respectively (all with Zeiss optical arrays).

Price of the 7.1 and 6.1 currently stands at less than NIS 1,000 and less than NIS 900 in the local market, respectively - and we hope for similar or cheaper prices for their replacements as well

The Nokia 6.2 offers the same 6.3-inch IPS screen at 2,280 × 1,080 pixel resolution, with Gorilla Glass 3 protective cover and drop drop center at 8 megapixel selfie camera (compared to 20 megapixel on Nokia 7.2 ) - together with Qualcomm octagon Snapdragon 636, 3GB or 4GB RAM along with 32GB or 64GB storage, Built-in, Built-in rear, 3,500mAh battery with 10 watt charging and a triple rear photo array based on 16 main megapixel sensor and 8 megapixel and secondary megapixel sensors.

Both models offer almost identical dimensions and appearance - but the differences in photography capabilities should be significant

Nokia's smart smartphones will probably continue to be one of the toughest in the environment, with uncompromising build quality, and also run an Android Pie system without any extra add-ons under the One of the good ones - but with recommended prices of 200 and 300 respectively, you will probably find it difficult to find a new and expanded audience in the competition with more powerful models, Larger with fast charging and designs that feel more modern.

2019 model in a family photo. Agree with stating that the company should have a slightly greater potential in the field?

Is the brand of On the way down again due to an anachronistic approach, or is it just the right approach in the world where competition is unprecedentedly challenging? Let's talk about it in the comments.


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  1. What is all the crying and nodding? An anachronistic approach? What exactly do they want them to do? Nokia has launched good handsets at good prices. Anyone who wants an appointment will buy an appointment (and find out he doesn't have NFC or AptX).

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