The Nokia 6300 4G is now available in the US for $70

Nokia 6300 4G

The Nokia 6300 4G is a remake of the old Nokia 6300 classic phone with a stainless backplate. The new model looks nothing like the original with respect to design but it does pack specs that put the 2007 model to shame. Announced back in November, the new model has now made its way to the US.

If you want a phone to use as a backup to your smartphone, then you can pick up the Nokia 6300 4G for $69.99 on the Nokia Mobile website. The phone is available in Charcoal, Cyan Green, and White.

For that price, you get a phone with a 2.4-inch display that sits above an alphanumeric keypad, a Snapdragon 210 processor, 512MB of RAM, and 4GB of expandable storage (32GB max).

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There is a VGA camera on the back with an LED flash that doubles as a flashlight but don’t expect this to take decent shots. The phone runs KaiOS and comes pre-installed with WhatsApp, Facebook, YouTube, and Google Assistant. The model sold in the US has dual-SIM support (nano only), 4G, Wi-Fi Hotspot, and GPS. It also has an FM radio and an audio jack.

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There is a removable 1500mAh battery that charges via a MicroUSB port inside the phone and HMD Global says it will last up to 27 days on standby.

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