NEW DELHI: HMD Global on Sunday launched new-look Nokia 3310, one of the most reliable handsets that was officially unveiled in the year 2000, at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017 in Barcelona.
The new 3310 will feature 2MP rear camera and a long-lasting 22 hours battery life and most importantly the iconic game ‘Snakes’.
It comes with 2.4 inch polarized and curved screen and in four distinct colors: Warm Red and Yellow, both with a gloss finish, and Dark Blue and Grey both with a matte finish.
Nokia 3310 specifications:
- In the box: Nokia 3310, Nokia Micro-USB charger, WH-108 headset, Quick guide
- Deign: Colors Warm Red (Glossy), Dark Blue (Matte), Yellow (Glossy), Grey (Matte)
- Size: 115.6 x 51 x 12.8 mm
- Network and Connectivity: Network speed 2G, Networks GSM 900/1800 MHz
- Performance: Operating system Nokia Series 30+
- Battery life: Removable 1200 mAh battery, Max. talk time Up to 22.1 hours
- Storage: Internal memory 16 MB, MicroSD card slot Support for up to 32 GB, memory card sold separately
- Audio: Connector 3.5 mm AV connector; Apps FM radio, MP3 player
- Display: Size and type 2.4” QVGA
- Camera: Primary camera 2MP, Flash LED flash
- Connectivity: Connectivity Micro USB (USB 2.0), Bluetooth 3.0 with SLAM
Nokia had launced its first Android smartphone Nokia 6 in China on February 26.
Last year, Nokia announced that it licensed HMD Global to produce Nokia-branded mobile phones and tablets.
Nokia remained the owner of the Nokia brand after it sold its handset business to Microsoft for 5.4 billion euros but was forbidden to license it to outsiders until the end of 2015.
HMD Global has reached agreements with both Microsoft and Nokia about the use of the Nokia brand and some design rights. The agreement HMD Global signed with Nokia is exclusive and valid for 10 years.
The agreement with Microsoft has some conditions and only covers the use of the Nokia name in basic phones. Microsoft continues the production of the high-end Lumia smart phones, which will use Windows platforms.
HMD Global is planning to spend some 400 million euros to market the Nokia brand for the next three years.
(With inputs from IANS)