It has been 17 years since it first came into our eyesight and since then has been the ‘nostalgic’ phone for the Indian crowd. The phone has now made a comeback and in a rather sporty and refreshing way.
Nokia 3310 has been launched in MWC 2017 in Barcelona.
HMD Global, the company responsible for reviving the dying Finnish company Nokia, has launched a range of smartphones in MWC. Starting from Nokia 6, it went all the way down to a revamped version of Nokia 3310.
Nokia 3310 was launched at MWC 2017, Barcelona with the iconic ‘Snake’ game in it. (Image: Nokia)
With its new peppy colours but still the same ‘featured phone’ look, Nokia 3310 boasts of a 22 hour talktime and a month long stand-by.
The phone will be available in four different colours – Warm Red and Yellow, both with a gloss finish, and Dark Blue and Grey both with a matte finish.
Nokia 3310 launch at MWC 2017. (Image: Nokia)
The Nokia 3310 will be on sale at an average global retail price of €49 (~3,500).
As a highlight, the iconic ‘Snake’ game was also launched at the event.
Follow MWC 2017 Full Coverage Here