The initial Nokia 3310 was one of the most iconic cellphones ever – and rightfully so. It was durable, long-lasting and standard perfect cell phones for the public. Its ruggedness was entirely known. It had been so popular that more than 126 million models were churned away.
Today, Nokia has re-imagined the 3310 for 2017 and also have launched it at the Mobile World Congress, with some very nice updates for the present day age.
Nokia finally needed the features from the 3310 today in Barcelona Spain. The re-imagined 3310 will come in new bright colors.
Because the original 3310 was a feature phone, the new 3310 keeps on the legacy but still keeps the same form factor. However, unlike the initial 3310, with the new one you get Nokia’s Series 30+ software, a 2.4-inches QVGA display, 2-megapixel camera, and a microSD card slot.
When compared with our modern smartphones, the features on the Nokia 3310 are incredibly humble but that itself is the wonder of an attribute smartphone.
The thing is the new 3310 isn’t targeted towards people buying a flagship smartphone.
Weighed against its 2000 model, the improved version of the 3310 is smaller also, thin and lighter too. As stated before, the colors available are incredibly too such as red lively, bright yellowish, dark blue, etc.
However, due to its condition and form factor, you will be instantly in a position to acknowledge it as a Nokia mobile phone. It’s also very lightweight, arriving in at only 79.6g.
For the phone’s operating time, you get 1,200 mAh of the electric battery which is near the capacity that’s available generally in most entry-level smartphones.
Using a battery of the size, Nokia is professing that the Nokia 3310 can stay alive for 31 days and nights of standby. You will also be capable of getting through 51 times of MP3 playback, 39 times of Radio playback and 22 times of discussion time.
The electric battery is also detachable and can be billed with a microUSB dock. Oh and, let’s remember that this also includes a 3.5mm headphone jack port, an attribute that isn’t on some $700+ flagship smartphones nowadays.
To fill up the complete experience, the new 3310 will be arriving with a modified version of the iconic game also, Snake. The game can be accessed on Facebook Messenger under the games tab also.
Coming in at 49 euros, the rebooted Nokia 3310 will come in around 5,500 PKR.
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