HMD Global has stated the ability to revive the 4G models of the Nokia 8000 and Nokia 6300. The Older models have been found in the updated list of devices from the Swedish carrier Telia, which supports Wi-Fi calling.
However, the phone is no longer mentioned in the Terrier’s site. This list suggests that the Nokia 8000 and Nokia 6300 will improve soon and can take advantage of the apathy of customers who used Nokia mobile phones in the 2000s.
According to a report from the German site WinFuture, they mention 4G models of the Nokia 8000 and Nokia 6300 in Telia, showing that it will revive an improved version of the old Nokia phone that supports 4G LTE.
The list of HMD global omits other specifications. The company has released a Nokia 6300 in 2006. It had a 2 MP camera and an S40 operating system and was a popular phone.
It may base the Nokia 8000 on one of the Nokia 8000 series models made by the company. However, it is still possible they removed both Nokia phones from Telia’s list and the name was incorrectly displayed there.
If Nokia is planning to release a 4G version of the Nokia 8000 and Nokia 6300, we may post some details about it shortly.