HMD is turning back the clock. It is bringing back the classic Nokia 3310 basic phone in a revised version. The greatest selling point of the device will be its 25-day battery life.
Rumored to be priced tagged around $52, the new Nokia 3310 feature phone will be a look like an oldies tour with physical keypad similar to what BlackBerry has introduced lately in its newest smartphone KEYone.
The Nokia 3301 comes in a rugged look and obviously for all those first-generation users who loved the phone in the 2000s. It is being launched by HMD Global as Nokia has licensed it to the house.
HMD has earlier also announced to be launching Nokia 6 mid range smartphone along with two new lower-end models too.
The new Nokia 3310 will stand out with its curvaceous shape and old-style numeric keypad.
The user interface of the new feature phone will be same as the original equipped with similar menus, a selector and navigation keys that is familiar to millions of people who once owned it.
However, the screen this time is a bit larger and covers almost the top half of it and it will come in different colors including bright yellow, matte blue, matte gray and glossy red.
The new phone is learned to have been fueled by a powerful battery to provide up to 22 hours of talk time and standby time of 25 days. It will go on sale in the second quarter of this year.
Meanwhile, the new Nokia 6 mid range phone is said to be sporting a 5.5-inch display equipped with a 16-megapixel rear camera. It is already in sale in China and soon will hit the global market.
The two smaller siblings are Nokia 5 and Nokia 3 with a 5.2-inch and 5-inch displays respectively. The Nokia 5 is to come with a 13-megapixel rear camera while the Nokia 3 is to be mounted with a 8-megapixel back camera.
Nokia 5 is said to be priced tagged around $200 while the Nokia 3 may cost about $147.
These three smartphones will run on Google’s Android mobile operating system equipped with Google Assistant.
The OS will be pure Android with prompt updates to new versions. Security updates will also be offered to the phones through the OS.
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