The long lasting kpalasa phone used in early 2001 – 2002 is finally returning back to the market. Though, the come back spots a new design and added features to make it more fun to use.
The most focused attention of Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017 was hopefully to feature phone not to flagship smartphones as usual. That is really unusual and surprising as the case may be; not to list out the modern avatar of the iconic Nokia 3310.
The new Nokia 3310 (2017) comes with a 2.4inches QVGA (240×320 pixel) colour display, compared to the 48×84 pixel resolution of the original (previous version).
The device runs on a Nokia Series 30+ OS and spot a 16MB built-in storage and supports expandable storage via microSD card (upto 32GB). Behind it, is a 2Megapixel camera with LED flash; the feature phone also offers FM radio.
The new Nokia 3310, much like its original version, features a massive standby time of up to a month, a highlight of the device. The new Nokia 3310 also includes the regular Micro-USB port and swallows the pin charger. It supports 2G Internet access and Bluetooth 3.0 with Nokia’s SLAM technology.
The new Nokia 3310 will be available in Warm Red and Yellow with a gloss finish while it will also come in Dark Blue and Grey colour variant with a decorative border around it. Nokia 3310 (2017) packs a removable 1200mAh battery that offers 22hour talk-time and month-long standby time.
The company said the new Nokia 3310 will be available in Africa, Middle East, India and Europe in Q2 2017 at EUR 49.
Now the question is; can the new 3310 ever replace its original sibling?