Nokia is back in the mobile business as they launched 4 new phones today at the Mobile World Congress 2017.
One of them is the classic Nokia 3310. Nokia sold almost 126 million of its original 3310 when it was announced back in 2000.
Nokia ruled the market at that time and now Nokia 3310 is making its nostalgic return.
Just like its predecessor, it’ll still be called the 3310.
The new 3310 has a 2.4-inch QVGA display, 2-Megapixel camera with flash and a microSD Card slot.
Unlike the old 3310, this phone is a little smaller, thinner and lighter. There is still the classic snake game on the device just to play the nostalgia.
The real selling point of this phone is, however, its battery life. Standby time on the 3310 is 25 days, alongside a talk time of 22 Hours. That’s a massive amount of battery life.
The new Nokia 3310 will be available in glossy yellow and red colours, and matte grey and dark blue models.
It’ll be available Q2 this year and will be priced at around ₹4000.