Published: Sun, February 26, 2017
Tech | By Arthur Brown

Nokia 3310 launch on Sunday, here's how you can catch it LIVE

Nokia 3310 launch on Sunday, here's how you can catch it LIVE

Ever since first details regarding the Nokia 3310 refresh emerged a week ago, Nokia fans have been wondering about HMD Global's actual plans for the re-launch of one of the world's most iconic mobile phones. The new Nokia 3310 is set to be priced at Euro 59 (approximately Rs 4,000) and will be unveiled alongside the Nokia 3, and the flagship Nokia 8 on February 26 at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

The new Nokia 3310 (2017 edition, or whatever it is called) will be a back to the roots device running on the good old Series 30 interface, according to @evleaks.

Yesterday, we reported about a fresh leak of the upcoming Nokia 3310 mobile phone, wherein we got a fair bit of idea about its expected design and features.

The new Nokia 3310 is rumored to be deploying an 84 x 84 colored display, per older rumors as well.

Finally, Nokia 3310 is expected to come in some new colours such as red, yellow and green. Just like its predecessor, the modern version of the handset will be a feature phone offering absolute basics such as calling and texting. The phone maker is looking to launch three android phones, along with a Nokia 3310 reboot. "They have changed the design completely; it's oval shaped now".

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It won't be long before Nokia finally unveils the revamped version of the Nokia 3310.

Meanwhile, an article from Telegraph enumerated the reasons that made the 3310 a classic back in the early 2000's.

We've seen new Nokia 3310 concept designs on more than one occasion. This will be the second feature phone from Nokia after its comeback in the mobile market.

Since Withings' acquisition by Nokia in 2016, rumors have been rife that the world would in sometime get to see Nokia-branded health devices or apps, as the former is well known for manufacturing them. The display will finally be able to give off several more colors than the monochrome one, but that could mean you will not be able to experience the same battery life that you did on the previous 3310.

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