You can soon own the Nokia 3310, and it’s even better
In 2000, Nokia’s 3310 was the height of innovation and the Finland-based phone maker was a mobile market leader. Fast-forward to 2017, and new Nokia mobile brand owner HMD Global is resurrecting the device as part of its new product range, launched at Mobile World Congress. Just like the original device, the 3310 has simplicity and long battery life at its core. HMD Global claim 22 hours of talk time or a month on standby from one full charge. The phone will be launched in India around April 2017. The price? Approximately Rs 3500. While a lack of connectivity to the internet and therefore emails may frustrate many business-focused users, HMD Global are hoping the simplicity and large element of nostalgia will convince consumers. The device will be available in four colours - red, yellow, blue and gray.