Nokia 5710 XpressAudio's "integral" wireless headphone is on sale

Nokia 5710 XpressAudio's "integral" wireless headphone is on sale

The Finnish company HMD Global launched official sales of its original button phone, Nokia 5710 XpressAudio, which received an extremely unusual "thing", with a storage and recharge compartment at the back of its building for wireless earphones that are fitted with a gadget.

The model has been worth a lot of money for some reason. The gadget is now offered for 85 euros at an initial price of 70 euros. The headphones are capable of providing up to 2.4 hours of phone calls and up to 4 hours of listening to music, so they clearly need a frequent charge. But there is one big problem here: Nokia 5710 XpressAudio received a battery with a capacity of only 1,450 mAh, so, together with the constant charge of the headphones, it is unlikely that it will last long.

The telephone is equipped with a 2.4-inch QVGA resolution display. The device is based on the Unisoc T107 processor, supported by the fourth generation cellular network. There is a FM-tuner and two SIM card slots. Meanwhile, the PPO Reno8 Z 5G smartphone was officially introduced.