Nokia is bringing back its Matrix phone

Nokia is bringing back its Matrix phone

The Nokia 7, on the other hand, was launched in China in October previous year in two variants: the 4GB RAM version was priced at CNY 2,499 (around Rs. 25,600), whereas its 6GB RAM variant was debuted at CNY 2,699 (roughly Rs. 27,650). The resolution is 2560 x 1440, and by shrinking all four bezels, HMD has managed to provide a screen-to-body ratio far higher than older 16:9 phones, looking much closer to that of an 18:9 device.

The dual rear camera setup features a dual-tone LED flash as well as Zeiss optics, making it in fact completely identical to the Nokia 7 Plus that was also unveiled at the event. Also, the latest Nokia phone is a part of Google's Android One initiative that is aimed to offer a vanilla experience with no customisations on top of stock Android.

If we talk about the connectivity options, the device includes 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth v5.0, FM radio, GPS/ A-GPS, USB Type-C connectivity options.

Nokia is bringing back the Nokia 8110 feature phone, or popularly known as the "Banana Phone".

The new Nokia 8110 will be globally available in May for €79. This lightweight edition of Android Oreo is optimised for 1GB of RAM or less, yet still delivers smooth and responsive access to your favourite apps. There will be two independent variants of the device available in the market with 3GB and 4GB of RAM with 32GB and 64GB of Storage Memory respectively. It becomes available from early April priced at $85. Starting price will be €279. It does indeed have some nice features such as Dual-Sight, dual rear sensors with Zeiss optics, plus an ultra-sensitive 12MP wide-angle primary camera for excellent performance in both low-light and extra bright conditions, and a secondary 13MP camera that delivers 2x optical zoom. The display is protected by Gorilla Glass 5 Protection. The Nokia 7 Plus is released in April for €399. The frame is stainless steel, which HMD claim is 2.5 times stronger than the 6000-series aluminum commonly used for smartphones.

It also has dual rear cameras and wireless charging.

The Nokia 8 is the company's flagship phone, priced at 749 euros ($920.75) and created to compete with Samsung's and Huawei's premium models.

The smartphone is a redesigned version of the Nokia 8 flagship launched a year ago, also featuring a precision-crafted stainless steel frame.