New Nokia 3310 3G Rumor Killed By HMD Global

Kristi Paul
April 25, 2017

Nokia 3310 will officially go on sale in Germany and Austria on April 28, and will be available in India in the coming months. In the report, NokiaPowerUser mentions, "What makes these listings appear genuine is the fact that they have article numbers for Nokia 3310 models valid across other retailers". On the other hand, Nokia, under the garb of HMD Global, is also expected to increase its offline presence in the domestic market.

The Nokia 3310 (2017) feature phone was formally announced in late February with a Q2 release date.

When it comes to pricing, although Nokia and HMD Global are yet to announce it, there are speculations the Nokia 7 and Nokia 8 will be priced at $435 and $550 or 27,999 and 35,999 INR, respectively.

Nokia 3310 expected price is Rs 4,000. "Depending on the scale of business in India, (we) could set-up exclusive brand stores in the country". Nokia which is owned by Finnish firm HMD Global has brought the brand back from the dead. And when we think about the best build quality phone from Nokia than Nokia 3310 strikes first in our mind, which is one of the best rock solid mobile phone by NOKIA. It has a display size of 2.4-inch and will run on Nokia's proprietary S30+ operating system. The battery life is said to be nearly 10 times more than the original one. Although it's a feature phone, the new version of Nokia 3310 is a breath of fresh air for fans of the brand who were willing to buy just to use it as their second phone.

To recall, Nokia 3310 will come in four colour variants namely Warm Red (Glossy), Dark Blue (Matte), Yellow (Glossy), Grey (Matte).

This Nokia 3310 comes with a pre-installed modern version of Classic Snake game. There's a 1200 mAh battery under the hood, which is ready to give 22 hours of talk time and 30 days of standby time. However, as the rumours are proving to be true, new speculations about the feature phone shows that the device will probably hit the Indian shores by the month of June.

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