Here’s the NEW Nokia 3310
True to their word, Nokia has officially re-launched the iconic 3310 feature phone during their event at MWC today. The new 3310 has a sleeker, more futuristic look but retains much of the feature set of the original. It still does basic calls and texts, though this time around it has 22 hours of talk time and a promised 1 month of standby time, as well as the iconic game Snake (and a few other things thrown in) as well as Nokia’s unforgettable ringtone.
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Nokia’s updated the Nokia 3310 to keep up with the times, obviously, since it now features a 2.4-inch polarized, curved color display which is a stark contrast from the original’s monochromatic display. A microUSB port simplifies charging, and a 2-megapixel rear camera that wasn’t present on the original make it capable of taking photos. There’s an FM radio and MP3 player for entertainment, and while the 16MB of internal storage isn’t going to blow you away, you can always plug in a microSD card up to 32GB if you want to store all of your music on it.
The 3310 will be available in both single SIM and dual SIM variants as well. The phone is set to retail for just 49 Euros or 2.5K in our currency without taxes.
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