Probably the most iconic phone in the history of cell phones is coming back. The Nokia 3310! Yes, you read that right. The indestructible phone with a long-lasting battery is making its return.
According to the leak by Evan Blass, HMD Global will launch a modern version of the Nokia 3310 phone on MWC 2017. Not much is know about the phone, but to be honest - who cares?! It's Nokia 3310, and at a price of 59 euros (around $63), I know I'm for sure getting one.
The company will target the European market with this phone, but it will hopefully find its way to other markets as well.
HMD Global is clearly serious about Nokia's big comeback. Along with the Nokia 3310, HMD Global is expected to launch the Nokia 5 and Nokia 3.
The Nokia 5 is rumored to feature Snapdragon 430 processor, 5.2-inch display, 2GB of RAM, and a 12MP camera. The device is expected to sell at a price of 199 euros (around $210).
The Nokia 3, an entry-level smartphone, will be priced at 149 euros (around $158).
Read also: HMD is bringing back the Nokia N-series
I'm super excited about Nokia's comeback, I loved their phones in the past, and can't wait to see their N-series and their Snapdragon 835 powered flagship. Of course, I will also have to get the Nokia 3310.
Would you buy the modern version of the Nokia 3310?
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