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Nokia 6300 4G spotted in a new 3D concept render video


Nokia had once been the leading mobile phone maker in the world. Its popularity was carried by its strong feature phone portfolio that is still being sold to this date. Now, a new report suggests that the classic Nokia 6300 will launch soon in a new refreshed 2020 variant with 4G support.


Previously, a report from WinFuture had stated that China’s HMD Global is planning on launching two new mobile phones soon, namely the Nokia 6300 and 8000. Both smartphones are basic feature phones that are a refresh of the iconic handsets from almost 15 years ago. The Nokia 6300 was first launched in 2006 and featured a candy bar design, which had it meet with high demand. Its dual tone design with stainless housing made it feel premium, while its two LED lights on the sides made it seem unique as well.

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The device ran on Symbian S40 OS and featured a 2 inch display with a 2 megapixel camera on the rear. For memory, it sported 7.8MB of RAM and 2 GB of internal storage. Although the report did suggest an upcoming launch, there were no images of the new refresh available. But now, a LetsGoDigital

report had found that a 3D concept render design by Concept Creator has offered us a first look at what the Nokia 6300 4G might look like.

A notable inclusion in the new device is the networking upgrade from 2G from over a decade ago to 4G LTE support. In other words, the 2020 variant will be able to take advantage of the newer and faster bandwidth. We can expect the 6300 4G to arrive soon, with an announcement likely to arrive sometime within the next few weeks. So stay tuned for more updates and also check out our previous report on the specs of the Nokia 6300 4G.

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