Nokia’s much awaited 3310 a fan favourite for the 90’s kids is relaunching again and will be in stores from 18 May, 2017.
HMD Global, the finland based company which is now manufacturing Nokia phones after Microsoft’s license expired in 2016, is all set to ‘woo’ the customers with the nostalgic phone for many. In short, the father of all phones is back.
Ajey Mehta, VP India, HMD, Global said, “Talk all day on a single charge, send texts, take pictures and enjoy a pocket jukebox with a built-in FM Radio and MP3 player. Our reinvention of this classic design is sure to make you smile. It’s got everything you remember, but with a modern twist. So whether you’re after a feature phone that offers amazing battery life in a head turning design or a companion phone, the Nokia 3310 won’t let you down.”
The current device which was reintroduced in Mobile World Congress will be available in four different colours and has a battery power of 1200 mAh. The device is expected to have a talk time of 22 hours, mp3 player time of 56 hours and standby power of over 30 days.