Iconic Nokia 3310 Is Back With A Refreshed Look

Very popular and everyone love Nokia 3310 is launched at MWC 2017. The dad of all phones is redesigned and launched with a new snake game. Design wise the phone has a new look and coming to specs it has Nokia’s Series 30+ software, with a 2.4-inch QVGA display, a 2-megapixel camera, and a microSD slot.

The New 2017 Nokia 3310 Features

Coming to display Nokia 3310, the screen is tiny. It has a 240×320, 2.4-inch color display with a polarized layer. The display is vibrant and bright, it is good even in daylight conditions. The device runs on Nokia Series 30+ and users will be able to surf the web via the Opera Mini browser in 2G speed. The new 3310 model is 12.8mm thick and weighs 79.6g, as opposed to 22mm and 133g. It is available in glossy red and yellow color options, as well as the familiar gray, and dark blue matte colors.

Coming to the most important part, the battery. Nokia is promising a month of standby time out of the 1200mAh removable battery, along with 22 hours talk time, which is 10 times more than the original 3310. The device comes in two variants in terms of SIM, single-SIM and dual-SIM options available in new Nokia 3310.

Coming to ports and button placements, the device surprisingly has charging port at the top left side. The headphone jack is placed at the bottom. On the back, it has a 2MP camera with an LED flash. Luckily, it  comes with a removable battery and under it has a Micro SD card slot which accepts up to 32GB max.

The operating system of the phone is developed by Mediatek for Microsoft’s Nokia. It is a basic OS which you can’t expect fancy apps and games. Snake game is relaunched along with the device, it comes pre-loaded with a new version of snake game which is developed by Gameloft.

Nokia 3310 is expected to go on Sale in Q2 2017 for a price of 49 euros ($52/ Rs. 3500).

Rahul is the Editor-in-Chief at Thetechhacker, Phone Opinions, and Ask Hacker. After realizing an obsession with technology, he left his job career to write about technology.

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