Nokia 3310, iconic handset of the 2000s, makes a comeback

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With the relaunch of an upgraded Nokia 3310, we bring you 10 facts about this handset

 

The iconic phone that made waves in the 2000s has made a comeback. Nokia 3310 will be available in stores across the country from May 18. Interestingly, the price of the phone is in sync with the model number — it costs Rs 3,310. Sold exclusively offline, this nostalgic model of the 2000s is something you might just want to possess.

 

Here’s a list of 10 interesting facts about a feature phone at the times of heavy  smartphones:

  1. With two shades of Warm Red and Yellow in a glossy finish, and Dark Blue and Grey in matte, the new Nokia 3310 makes the phone much more attractive to possess than its earlier model, which came in silver.
  2. The phone takes the silhouette of the original and reimagines it for 2017. The feature handset comes with a 2.4-inch polarised and curved screen window that makes for better readability in sunlight.

 

Read this: Dell unveils gaming-centric laptops, desktop in India

 

 

  1. The new Nokia 3310 comes with a Micro-USB port for charging. The battery is till retained with a long-lasting quality with which you can talk throughout the day or leave the phone on standby for up to a month.
  2. It also comes with the legendary game, Snakes, the most popular game of the last decade. It’s back with a little update that makes it even more fun to play on the colour screen.
  3. Under the specifications, tiny upgrades have been added that gives the feature phone a better access in a world of smartphones. The phone comes with Nokia Series 30+ OS, 16 MB internal memory and expandable memory till 32GB, a primary camera of 2MP and LED flash, pre-installed apps such as the FM radio and MP3 player and a Bluetooth 3.0 with SLAM.(read more)
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