Nokia 5710 XpressAudio is a feature phone betting big on nostalgia and offering a built-in wireless earphone, complete with a charging pod on its back.
Clearly, the product design team at the company had a field day coming up with this project. Its colour themes are also quite appealing, if we do say so.
According to Gadgets 360, the device launched in India with a price of Rs. 6,499 (NGN35,000). Meanwhile, on the company’s website, it is selling for (NGN30,000).
It is not clear why the company is not spending more of its time marketing this device, along with its other feature phones. Instead, what we find on @NokiaMobile are promotions for its Android devices, especially the X30 5G.
Likely, it is targeted at the Indian phone market because it gets a prominent place in on the company’s mobile Indian Twitter page.
Presenting the all new Nokia 5710 XpressAudio with built-in wireless earbuds, MP3 player and dedicated music buttons. Now carry your music with you, wherever you go.
Buy now: https://t.co/A5ojtRea4p#ClassicsCalling #Nokia5710XpressAudio #LoveTrustKeep pic.twitter.com/vIDMYsk46O
— Nokia Mobile India (@NokiamobileIN) September 14, 2022
Nokia has not said anything about international release. However, here are some of the features of the device we collected online:
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The Nokia 5710 XpressAudio features a 2.4-inch display with QVGA capabilities and a Unisoc T107 chipset. Of course, the device is not being touted for its top-of-the-shelf performance. Which is why its 48MB RAM and 128MB storage space are passable, it encourages a memory card expansion with a microSD card slot of up to 32GB chip.
Likely, it is to be used more for its streaming and calling qualities with 4G connectivity and a lightweight of 129.1g. Its small removable 1,450mAh battery can give up to 6 hours talk-time at a go and last up to 20 days on standby. It still uses a micro USB port for charging.
For better music listening experience, the Nokia 5710 XpressAudio with two external speakers and inbuilt wireless earbuds. There are also buttons on both sides of the device for power, volume and other media controls.
If it reminds you of the game-changing ExpressMusic, then, you are not alone.
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