Nokia has gone into the tablet business with this swanky but cheap new slate that does a very good job of giving you a solid all-round device that won't blow minds but does what it sets out to do The newly-reinvigorated Nokia brand has released it’s first tablet and the savvy piece of tech does a great job for those everyday uses at an affordable price.
Telecommunications giant Nokia is re-releasing one its classic 'brick' models to celebrate the device's 20th anniversary, complete with a refreshed look and updated screen. Although consumers these days are used to advanced technology such as foldable screens and facial recognition, there was a time when being able to carry around a pocket-size phone was amazing in itself.
Nokia is bringing back one of its classic mobile phones, the 6310 ‘brick’ phone to mark 20 years since it was first released in the UK. HMD Global, the maker of Nokia’s phones has given the cult classic 6310 a makeover for the modern era but kept its iconic ‘Snake’ game that won fans’ hearts all those years ago.
Nostalgia alert Nokia has announced its bringing back an updated version of one of its classic phones - the 6310. In celebration of the device's 20th birthday, the company is commemorating the date with a healthy dose of nostalgia. It's time to take a trip back to the early 2000s - a time when technology wasn't as advanced, but it seemed magical.
The near-indestructible phone has had a redesign to mark its 20th anniversary Nokia 6310 In early-2000s nostalgia news, Nokia is set to re-release its legendary 6310 “brick”, 20 years after the phone first went on sale in the UK. And yes, despite some “subtle changes” to the design, it will feature Snake, the OG mobile phone game.
Nokia is re-releasing one of its classic mobile phones, the 6310 'brick' to mark 20 years since it was first released in the UK. HMD Global, makers of Nokia phones, said the device would have the original and iconic silhouette of the classic 6310 with its trademark long battery life.
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Brits reveal the UK adventures they want to go on after Covid including surfing in Cornwall and climbing Ben Nevis
OUTDOORSY Brits have revealed the UK expeditions on their list of goals as life gets back to normal – including hiking in the Yorkshire Dales, cycling around the Isle of Skye, and rock climbing in the Lake District. A study of 2,000 adults identified the adventures they’d most like to go on in the future, with climbing Ben Nevis (23 per cent), walking the West Highland Way (17 per cent) and swimming in Lake Windermere (14 per cent) among the most popular.
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