Nokia is going to increase the prices for upcoming Nokia 3310

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Nokia is going to increase the prices for upcoming Nokia 3310

Nokia 3310 (2017) has been spotted online for pre-orders in Europe.

Despite not being in production, Nokia 3310 has lived in memories and memes.

Nokia 3310, which is a revamped version of the favorite mobile from late 2000, has once again managed to create a fan following.

Just sum up, the new Nokia 3310 will be classified as a feature phone.

Nokia 3310 was supposed to launch in the second quarter of 2017, and it looks the phone is now up for pre-orders in Germany and Austria, although it will officially go on sale on April 28.

Back in February, at the MWC 2017 in Barcelona, HMD Global announced the launch of the launch of the Nokia 3310 (2017).

As we all know that Nokia is a brand from Finland which was founded in 1865 and for now it has become the most trusted brand especially for India. What was quite interesting about this pre-order listing was that the phone has been priced in a little higher than what Nokia originally said it would be. The phones are now being manufactured by HMD Global who have the license to use the Nokia brand name for the next ten years.

In an interview with PCMag India, Ajey Mehta, Vice President of HMD Global in India admitted, "We cover 10s and 1000s of stores and we have our own distributor network, we see that as a huge strength". According to Nokia's official description of the mobile phone, it is "a modern classic reimagined", that comes with a battery stand up time that could last up to a full month and features the iconic game Snake. The price of the new Nokia 3310 is expected to be under Rs 5000. It is available in four colour variants- yellow, orange, grey and black. And when we think about the specifications so this handset will come with a 2.4-inch display which will be a QVGA display and also this handset will be having a camera too which will be of 2 megapixels and this handset will be supporting a Micro SD card also.

HDM claims the coloured-screen phone has month long stand-by and can deliver 22 hours of talk-time, ten times more than the original.

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