Nokia 3310 Latest News: Revamped Phone Is Coming On Selected Countries On May 24

It is finally confirmed by HMD manufacturer that the revamped Nokia 3310 is coming to selected countries later this month. Even though the release date is said to be earlier than rumors, fans are still eager to own (or should I say re-own) the nostalgic device. In fact, just last week, a tech retail site located in Bournemouth listed the delivery time of the Nokia 3310 as "mid-June" and pre-orders are open now.

Nokia 3310 Is Coming On Selected Countries

Starting on May 24, UK fans will be able to buy the relaunched Nokia 3310 from Carphone Warehouse and Vodafone. It will come with a price of £49.99 or $65 in different variants such as warm red, gloss finish yellow, dark bBlue and matte finish gray. The revamped device will also roll out to Germany starting on May 26 followed by the Belgium and Netherlands on June 5.

According to TechRadar, the return of the classic Nokia 3310 has divided opinion online. Some people are very eager to own it because they are loving the upgrades especially the new version of Snake. On the other hand, some have been less fascinated with HMD's decision to not stick with the original mobile device.

Nokia 3310 Latest News

No one knows when the phone will get a worldwide release, but for the sake of the momentum and nostalgia, many are hoping it to be soon. However, many information regarding its specs, features, designs and display are now available on the Internet. In fact, according to Mashable, the new 3310 will be smaller, thinner, reimagined version of its legendary predecessor.

Aside from that, it is also reported that Nokia 3310 will come with a 2.4-inch polarized color screen, a 2-megapixel rear camera and 16 MB storage that can be upgraded up to 32 GB using the MicroSD card slot. It will also have a LED flash around the back of the device. The monstrous battery offers 22 hours of talk time on a single charge and will last up to one month in standby mode.


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