We like what you’re doing, HMD Global, aka the Finnish company who holds the right to use the Nokia brand name!
After announcing plans to release the first smart phone under the Nokia brand, here comes HMD Global again, announcing that it will revamp the icon Nokia 3310 and launch it soon. Yay!
According to a report from VentureBeat, the updated 3310 is set to launch on Feb 27 at the MWC in Barcelona. The European marketplace is its initial target.
It is also stated on that the “new incarnation” of the mobile phone will be priced at 59 euros (around P3,100)—quite competitive to persuade nostalgic former owners to use the product as their secondary phone.
There’s no word yet as to the revamped phone’s super power, but we’re praying to Jesus that the new Nokia 3310 will have the same epic battery life as the old one. God, we miss the days when we only needed to charge once a week!
The new 3310 will be launched alongside the 5.5-inch Android Nougat powered Nokia 6 and two cheaper Android smartphones, Nokia 3 and Nokia 5.