It’s a big, big news for the die-hard Nokia fans.
Nokia is back in the game, as it launched its much-touted, the iconic 3310 model with a couple of trendy modifications.
Agree or not, it’s one of the most crowning moments at the MWC so far, as the leader is back with a greater and stronger gameplan than ever.
On the design front, the new remodeled 3310 is of 115.6 x 51 x 12.8 mm and is made up of plastic. No wonder, this new model of Nokia is all set to give you some major dose of nostalgia, and why not? Most of the 90s kids had a Nokia phone in their teens, and the brand actually gave us the tangible definition of what wireless connectivity was.
Nokia 3310 has rounded edges, coupled with a retro keypad, a 2.4-inch QVGA display and the curved, polarized layer at the top.
As far as specifications are concerned, Nokia 3310 is a feature phone, running on Nokia Series 30+ OS, a 16MB storage, and a processor that’s still a mystery feature. The storage can be further expanded up to 32GB using a microSD card.
Nokia 3310 has no Wi-Fi connectivity, and yay, the favorite snake game is back with a thumping bang, albeit with a few designing changes, which we would not mind at all (well, hopefully).
The device comes in three color options – Warm Red, Dark Blue, and Grey Matte. Nokia 3310 will be available in both single SIM and dual SIM variants. The device is priced at 49 Euros (₹3,450) and will be available from Q2 this year.