Nokia 6300 Key Specs Leaked, Nokia 8000 Lean to Run on KaiOS
The Nokia 6300 and Nokia 8000 feature phones were recently seen on the website of a Swedish telecom operator and now key specs and color options have been leaked, according to a report. The leak also indicates that the two 4G phones will run KaiOS. The Nokia 6300 4G is expected to come in three color options, while the Nokia 8000 4G will be offered in four colors. The Nokia 6300 4G is reportedly based on the classic Nokia 6300, while the Nokia 8000 4G is based on the Nokia 8800.
Nokia 6300 4G Specifications (Expected)
According to him report For Nokia Power User, the Nokia 6300 4G comes with the model number TA-1294, which is a dual SIM variant of the phone. It runs KaiOS and has a 2.4-inch screen. Under the hood, the phone is powered by a single-core processor and is said to come with 4MB of RAM and 512MB of storage, with support for expansion via a microSD card (up to 32GB). The Nokia 6300 4G is expected to be backed by a 1,500 mAh battery and comes with LTE, GSM / WCDMA support, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, GLONASS, and a Micro-USB port for charging. In terms of dimensions, the Nokia 6300 4G is said to measure 131.4x53x13.7mm and weigh 104.7 grams.
The phone is expected to come in charcoal, cyan, and white color options.
Nokia 8000 4G Specifications (Expected)
The Nokia 8000 4G is said to come with the model number TA-1303 for the dual SIM variant. It will also run KaiOS and feature a 2.8-inch screen. This feature phone will also be powered by a single-core processor, will have 4MB of RAM and 512MB of storage that can be expanded using a microSD card (up to 32GB). The connectivity options are said to be the same as the Nokia 6300 4G. In terms of battery, the Nokia 8000 4G can come with 1,500mAh and measure 132.2×56.5×12.3mm. The phone is said to weigh 110 grams.
The phone is said to come in black, blue, gold, and white color options.
So far, Nokia or brand licensee HMD Global have not shared any news about the Nokia 6300 or Nokia 8000 and it is unclear when they will be released. However, they were recently seen on the website of a Swedish telecom operator, suggesting that they might launch soon.