Nokia is all set to launch its iconic 3310 model which was part of every household in the early 2000s. The phone will be launched at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017 in Barcelona, Spain. The launching is surely going to take us down the memory lane and people are eagerly waiting for the iconic mobile phone since the news broke out.
Facebook live stream teaser said. “We’ll be announcing live on Facebook the details of our Nokia smartphones on Android – see it here first!”. Live launch of the phone can be watched on Nokia’s Facebook page and on YouTube channel.
Reportedly, the new 3310 model will have the same features as the previous one: a powerful body and the battery that could last for hours. To buy the most talked about phone, one has to shell out approximately Rs 4,300. Clock, calculator, reminder app, and Snake games will be part of this Nokia phone, too.
According to Blass, HMD Global Oy—the Finnish manufacturer that has the exclusive rights to market phones under the Nokia brand—will market the phone based on its reliability.
The start of the 21st century saw people increasingly ditching their landlines to talk to their family and friends using mobile phones. One name that in many ways pioneered this trend was Nokia. The company with its robust range of smartphones gained immense popularity and quickly became a household name across the globe.
However, as the world progressed towards the Internet era, Nokia failed to match pace with the changing trends and ended up being acquired by Microsoft. And now, Nokia is all set to re-invent itself by re-launching its iconic mobile phone 3310.