We first heard about a week ago that HMD Global, the Finnish company that’s now making smartphones under Nokia’s brand, is going to take us all down the memory lane by launching a refreshed version of the iconic Nokia 3310. However, it wasn’t known whether this would just be a feature phone like the original 3310 or a modern smartphone with this iconic model number. A new report claims to bring us some details about the new Nokia 3310.


HMD Global is going to launch three new Nokia-branded devices at the Mobile World Congress 2017 later this week aside from the new Nokia 3310. It’s said that the new Nokia 3310 will remain a feature phone but HMD Global will make slight changes to its design to make it look more modern.

The report also mentions that this device is going to be lighter and thinner than the original 3310 and that the size of the keys will be adjusted as well. While the original handset had a monochrome display, the new Nokia 3310 is said to feature a larger color display but the resolution may not be improved that much. It remains to be seen if this handset will have a removable battery.

HMD Global is reportedly going to offer this device in blue, gray, black, red, green, and yellow colors at a price tag of €59.

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