Behold the return of banana phone we all loved in 'The Matrix'


The 8110 4G will be available at just €79 and Banana Yellow is one of the two color options.

Along with series of other smartphones, HMD Global has also announced a new variant of its flagship smartphone called Nokia 8 Sirocco.

As was the case past year with the relaunched Nokia 3310, the new version of the 8110 is a modern take on the phone, yet it's still instantly recognisable as an 8110. The original gained a cult status after it was featured in the Matrix trilogy, and HMD Global seems to want to capture that nostalgia.

As it's a 4G phone, you should always be able to get a fast internet connection too - as long as you have decent signal, anyway.

The dual rear camera is consists of some important features like, a dual-tone LED flash as well as Zeiss optics, which can make this fact completely identical to the Nokia 7 Plus that was also launched in the same event. The new feature phone runs on Smart Feature OS.

The Nokia 8 Sirocco front camera bears a 5-megapixel sensor paired with a fixed focus lens, f/2.0 aperture, and 1.4-micron pixels. Just like it has been designed for devices with less than 1GB of RAM, Google has said that devices with as low as 4GB and 8GB of internal storage are likely to benefit from the new OS.

This might not be the quickest phone on the block, then, but Nokia is promising that battery life will be decent. The phone packs a 5MP primary camera and a 2MP secondary one. HMD has given the device Xpress on covers, which allows you to replace the back cover as per your taste.

Following last year's relaunch of the 3310 candy bar, its 2018 blast from the past is the curved Nokia 8110 slider phone.

The new Nokia 8110 is being shown off at the Mobile World Congress this week.

The phone is bundled with a revamped version of the iconic Snake game.

It's also got a headphone jack and the hefty weight is largely down to the huge 3800mAh battery - even more than the S9+.

The banana phone will run on a Qualcomm 205 Mobile Platform processor and will have 512 MB of random access memory (RAM) and 4 GB of storage. That's the case here with the Nokia 7 Plus. The New Nokia 6 is the last on our list but that doesn't mean it's boring.

Nokia 7 Plus features a 6-inch full HD+ display with an aspect ratio of 18:9. Useful sensors such as accelerometer, ambient light sensor, barometer, digital compass, fingerprint sensor, gyroscope, proximity sensor are very well available on the device. The device has the same camera system as the much pricier Nokia 8 Sirocco.

It's easy to forget that Nokia was once one of the biggest phone companies in the world. First, the device is almost all glass, 95 percent to be exact. On top of it, it has a 3D Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection to protect the device from frequent fallouts. The display is slightly curved, nearly in line with what Samsung does with its displays. It has a 5.5-inch pOLED QHD display manufactured by LG display. Also, because a lot of Android Go devices will be geared towards developing markets like India - where English isn't necessarily the go-to language - the software needs to be bilingual, and ship with apps that support bilingualism.

While the new Nokia phones are pretty straightforward, the Windows Phone news is more confusing.