Mobile Nokia 5710 XpressAudio, with integrated True Wireless headphones

Despite its turn-of-the-century style, Nokia's latest mobile phone incorporates a unique feature.

There was a time when Nokia dominated the mobile phone market, before being swept away by the smartphone avalanche initiated by the iPhone in 2007. After a long absence, Nokia has returned not only to the smartphone segment , but also with simpler devices, echoes of a time when the manufacturer was the king of the market.

Nokia 5710 XpressAudio, bare minimum…

The Nokia 5710 XpressAudio is part of this family, with its small 2.4'' QVGA screen that doesn't even have a touchscreen, a poor 0.3 Mpxls camera on the back, and an old-fashioned keyboard. No mockery, however, because this kind of mobile appeals to those who do not want to waste hours on social networks and other time-consuming applications. In addition, this model also presents itself as a music player, with adequate and never-before-seen functionality.

…but new hidden True Wireless earphone function

The Nokia 5710 XpressAudio has a hidden compartment on the back, used to store a pair of True Wireless headphones. Not only stored and therefore always accessible, the headphones are also charged by the mobile, and display 4 hours of autonomy in music playback. Launched at the end of July in the United Kingdom at an indicative price of around €69, the device however, is still not announced for the French market.