Nokia 3310 feature phone return to markets


Nokia 3310 feature phone return to markets

NOKIA confirmed the highly anticipated return of arguably the most iconic phone ever made.
The small, rounded phone comes with a 2.4-inch colour screen, a microSD slot, and a two megapixel camera. And yes, it has Snake.
You can also play a redesigned version of the iconic Snake game, which was also added to Facebook Messenger.

It comes in four different colours — black, silver, yellow and red — and will cost somewhere around $65.
Just like it’s famous predecessor, it promises durability and battery life unlike anything else on the market. According to its makers, it boasts 22 hours of talk time and an incredible one month standby time, per charge.
It may have Snake, but there is not much else you can do on the phone other than make calls, send texts and maybe surf the web a little bit. It only runs on Nokia’s new Series 30+ software, rather than Android and has slow-speed 2.5G internet — a technology Australian telcos are leaving behind.
At Mobile World Congress, HMD Global made headlines by releasing new Nokia 3310 feature phone.


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