The Nokia 3310 is one of the most iconic and best mobile phone of the early mobile age. The Nokia legendary mobile is known for its nearly indestructible design, indefatigable battery life, and the impressive feature is Snake II – and it might be come back again in modern day. Well it seems strange that how the Nokia decide to launch it again in the modern world, where people are use to of Modern technology.
The news of re-launching of legendary phone is comes from notable phone leaker Evan Blass. He said that the HMD Global – the company which licensed the rights to produce Nokia phones – will be launching a classic 3310 phone at Mobile World Congress MWC. The phone will allegedly cost just €59 (roughly about $62.61).
Along with the Nokia 3310 phone rumors, the company has already teased the new Android smartphones for Mobile World Congress MWC. The included phones will be the Nokia 5 and Nokia 3 – two more affordable devices that will run the Android Nougat operating system. These devices are rumored to cost €199 (roughly $210.87) for Nokia 5 and €149 (about $157.89) for Nokia 3 smartphone.
The upcoming Nokia 5 will feature a 5.2 inch screen with 720 pixel resolution, 2GB of system memory, 12 megapixel camera and powered by the Snapdragon 430 processor as the Nokia 6 has. Well, there is no information about the Nokia 3 specs and features yet. The event is held on February 26, 2017, so we have to wait that this rumor is true or not.