Nokia 3310 re-launches with Snake; Read for Features and Specifications
Nokia 3310 re-launches with Snake; Read for Features and Specifications Finnish brand HMD Global – Nokia has launched three new Android smartphones alongside the reinvigorated, the iconic Nokia 3310 model that makes a comeback after 17 years since it’s debut.It’s been the most anticipated in the history of a Phones. It’s been the most known variants under Nokia for its immortal Built quality. What else makes a comeback, it’s the Snake!
Nokia 3310 Specifications
- The new version of the Nokia 3310 has a 2.5G connectivity for data runs
- It runs S30+ operating system which has the browsing capability, however, it has limitations in terms of the applications. It can’t be placed among the current Smartphones, it’s however in line with the Nokia’s aim to revive a basic phone
- The display is a 2.4-inch QVGA screen and a keypad resembling the iconic model phased out in 2005.nd a keypad resembling the iconic model phased out in 2005.
- Keypad resembles the iconic model
- The major change alongside the display quality is a 2-megapixel camera. Nokia said the phone will provide a 22-hour
- The battery backup as per the Noia’s claims is sure to provide you 22-hour talk time and nearly a month’s standby time.
- SIM- Nokia will offer both the single and dual-SIM variants
- It’s slimmer than the predecessor and weighs almost half (79 gm from 139 gm)
- Bluetooth 3.0, FM radio, LED torch, microSD card support up to 32GB
Facts about Nokia 3310
- It sold around 126 million phone units before it was discontinued in 2005
- Most rugged phone known for its sturdiness
Nokia 3310 Price and Other Features
- The Nokia 3310 relaunches ahead of this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
- It will be available in gloss red and yellow and matte blue and gray
- It’s priced at 49 Euros, which is nearly 3,450 INR.
- You’ll have access to the basic applications like Twitter, Facebook and other services through the Opera Mini browser.
- The new version will bring back the popular “Snake” game and distinctive ringtones
“We think (Nokia) could take 5 percent of the global smartphone market by the end of 2019. But it needs to get big quick or it won’t work,” said CCS Insight’s device specialist and chief of research, Ben Wood. Nokia was the world’s top mobile phone producer between 1998 and 2011. it was then taken over by the South Korean rival Samsung.
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