Nokia relaunches the 3310 (costing around £40) – 1 month battery

Nokia relaunches the 3310 (costing around £40) – 1 month battery

The Nokia 3310 rumours were true, HMD Global, the company that purchased the rights to the Nokia brand from Microsoft last year have released this budget phone in the hope to take the festival, builder, budget phone market.

The Specs / Details:

  • A new ‘Snake’ game
  • 2.4-inch (240×320 pixel) colour screen
  • 2-megapixel camera
  • 1 month standby battery time
  • 22 hours of talk time (10X the talk time compared with the original model)
  • Removable battery and half the thickness of the original
  • Facebook, Twitter and Opera Mini Web Browser
  • MicroSD slot with microUSB
  • 4 colours; midnight blue, silver-grey, bright sunshine yellow and warm orangey-red
  • 49 euros so most likely £42 price compared with £129.99 back in the year 2000
  • Promised to be as durable as the previous version
  • Phone to be released in the second quarter of 2017
Photo by Guardian

Photo by Guardian

Florian Seiche, president of HMD said:

“This is what consumers have been asking us for, and so we decided that we’d just do it and have some fun with it” “That’s the unique opportunity we have here at HMD with the Nokia brand.”

 

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