Nokia 3310 to be re-launched soon

The Phone regarded as ‘the most reliable and long-lasting phone ever made’, Noika 3310 will be re-launched to the market soon.

The phone originally released in 2000 and in many ways beginning the modern age of mobiles. Nigerians, Africans and customers globally brought the phone then and were fascinated about its battery life, games and durability. In Nigeria, it was widely called ‘pure water’ because of its popularity and patronage.

According to Independent, the new incarnation of the old 3310 will be sold for just €59, and so likely be pitched as a reliable second phone to people who fondly remember it the first time around. It will be revealed at Mobile World Congress later this month.

It’s still possible to buy the 3310 on Amazon, though only through its marketplace and not directly from the company itself.

However, Nokia struggled to bring its brand into the smartphone era and ended up being sold to Microsoft. But since then it has targeted success by making new versions of old phones, including the Nokia 215, which costs $29 and lasts for 29 days.

Phones made under the Nokia brand are now sold by HMD Global, a Finnish company that bought the rights to the name. HMD will reveal other new mobiles – the Nokia 3, 5 and 6 – at the same MWC event.


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