It was widely speculated that the Nokia 3310 would be launched in the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain on February 27. It looks like HMD, the company behind the manufacturing of the sturdy phone is a day early in showing it to the public.
A few weeks ago, I wrote about this plan of resurrecting Nokia 3310, but I posted the wrong “leaked” photo which I now replaced it with the correct one.
The original Nokia 3310 was launched in 2000, and has sold more than 126 million units. It became famous for its durability and long battery life. Some even call it the “brick” because it could physically withstand accidental drops.
The official Nokia 3310 launch video:
This latest Nokia 3310 has both outside and inside enhancements to keep up with the latest trend in phone technology. It is now slightly thinner, but still keep the traditional keypads. And yes, it still has the famous Snake game, but a bit improved.
It has a 22 hours of talktime and 30 days of standby.
There is no wifi though, a bummer.
The Nokia 3310 specifications:
2.4-inch curved window with polarized layer
16MB internal storage with expandable microSD up to 32GB
2 Megapixel rear camera
Single-SIM and Dual-SIM
Flat USB charging jack
3.5mm headphone jack
Nokia Series 30+
Removable 1200 mAh battery
15.6 x 51 x 12.8 mm
TrustedReviews‘s short review video:
TechRadar has comparison video of the old 3310 to the latest 2210.
It will be sold for 50$, roughly P2,500 to P3,500 here in the Philippines.
Will it become popular as its predecessor? Will you buy one?