Nokia has finally unveiled the newly-designed 3310 phone during Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, which maintains the retro form, while implementing modern upgrades such as a 2.4-inch color screen, slimmer profile and rounded corners.
Boasting an incredible 22-hour talk-time and month long stand-by, the Nokia 3310’s fresh, colourful, modern design brings it bang up to date. The phone also features a basic web browser, a 2 megapixel camera with LED flash, headphone jack, 2G connectivity, FM radio, MP 3 player, 16MB storage with a MicroSD card support for up to 32GB, and an updated version of the addicting game Snake.
In conjunction with the relaunch of the 3310, Nokia also introduced its upcoming 5G service set to roll out later this year in select markets, as well as a new line of Android smartphones.
The Nokia 3310 is available in four distinctive colors – Warm Red and Yellow, both with a gloss finish, and Dark Blue and Grey both with a matte finish for $50 USD.
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