The Nokia 3310 needs little introduction. Easy to use. Borderline indestructible. A battery that seemed to last forever. Oh, and it had Snake. It’s been a while since the phone was at the top of the mobile heap, but like Rocky Balboa, it could soon be making a spectacular comeback.
Like its beloved predecessor, the device is reportedly a feature phone that focuses on the absolute basics.Renowned phone leaker Evan “Nokia 3310 Evleaks” Blass reports that HMD Global, the new owner of the Nokia name, is preparing a handset that coming back shares the 3310 moniker. new updates It’ll cost €59 (roughly $63) and compete directly with the growing number of low-end Android smartphones.
The Nokia 3310 is a technology icon,Otherwise, details are scarce. It’s a name people recognise and will draw some attention to the Nokia 3310 broader coming back Nokia name revival. so reviving the brand makes sense. so a new-look 3310 wouldn’t be new ground for the company.HMD Global has new updates already released a “dumb phone” called the Nokia 150,
Since then, however, the Finnish phone maker Nokia 3310 has also unveiled the Nokia 6, a proper smartphone running Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box.coming back The back-to-basics handset cost just $26 and ran the Series 30+ software platform, rather than Android.
The Nokia 5 will go for €249 ($265) and reportedly feature a 5.2-inch 720p display, new updates 2GB of RAM and a 12-megapixel rear-facing camera.Blass says Nokia 3310the company will unveil two cheaper options, the Nokia 5 and Nokia 3, at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona later this month.
We’ll find out for sure later this Nokia 3310 coming back month when the Engadget crew descends on the coastal Spanish city.The Nokia 3, meanwhile, will be the new updates company’s new entry-level Android offering, and reportedly retail for €149 (roughly $158).