The new Nokia 5710 XpressAudio, a 4G feature phone in the XpressMusic lineup, has been released by HMD Global. The phone has built-in wireless earbuds that are kept and charged inside the device. A large battery, loudspeakers, and audio control buttons are included with the phone.
The Nokia 5710 XpressAudio’s specific slot on the back panel makes it simple to store the detachable wireless earphones.
The Nokia 5710 XpressAudio is a Nokia XpressAudio phone that has wireless earphones and focuses on giving users a full audio experience. Additionally, it has buttons solely for playing music, which simplifies playback. The phone has a built-in MP3 player and a wireless FM radio as well.
The rear panel’s designated slot makes it simple to store the detachable wireless earphones. The earphones are stored in a slider system on the phone’s rear. Should you decide to switch between devices, the wireless earphones will also work with your smartphone.
The phone’s 1450 mAh battery allows for hours of call time. The wireless earphones provide ambient noise reduction and are compatible with VoLTE calls.Additionally, the device has a one-year replacement warranty.
Price and accessibility
For Rs 4,999, the Nokia 5710 XpressAudio is now available on Nokia.com. Starting on September 19, it will be accessible at all brick-and-mortar stores and partner online retailers. There are two colour options available for the Nokia 5710: red and white and red and black.
The maker of Nokia smartphones, HMD Global, whose vice president for India and MENA is Sanmeet Singh Kochhar, said: “We are thrilled by the overwhelmingly positive feedback from our fans on the Nokia 8210 4G and Nokia 2660 Flip. The newest addition to our lineup of Nokia Classics is the Nokia 5710 XpressAudio.
The new phone offers acoustic freedom thanks to a revolutionary design. By adding wireless earphones, a larger battery, dedicated audio control keys, and 4G, it improves on the most cherished elements of the Nokia 5310.
The Nokia 5710 XpressAudio is made for music enthusiasts and the billions of users who still use feature phones for daily communication despite the rapid 4G network conquest of 2G and 3G networks.