Nokia 3310 is back and is better than ever. It may be just a function phone, but the return phone has already been eclipsed by several new flagship smartphones that will be about ten times more expensive than it, including Huawei P10, LG G6 and Sony Xperia XZ Premium. The extremely popular mobile phone remains true to the roots of the 17-year-old original, but introduces enough new features and improvements to make it a really profitable purchase, as well as an impulse purchase with nostalgia. Here's everything you need to know about the new Nokia 3310 before its release. The nostalgic gadgets that we would like to see will come back Show all 10 1st generation Apple iPod Motorola StarTAC Sony Mini Disc Sega Mega Drive Design The legendary phone received a new but familiar look that should please everyone but the most hardcore 3310 fans. It looks fresh and slender than its predecessor, and the new model is 12.8 mm thick and weighs 79.6 g, as opposed to 22 mm and 133 g. It is now also available in glossy red and yellow, as well as in those well-known gray and dark blue matt patterns. features The small monochrome display of the original 84 x 84 has been replaced by a larger and sharper 320 x 240 color screen, and Nokia also has a very basic 2-megapixel camera and LED flash on the back. Nokia 3310 is back: here's how to play Snake now It works with the simple Nokia Series 30+ software, which is easy to navigate once you get used to the physical keys of the phone, and comes pre-loaded with the new version of Snake. You won't have access to popular applications such as WhatsApp and Instagram, but you can run the Opera Mini browser, which you can use to surf the Internet with a very limited 2.5G connection, when you really care about the Internet. Battery The service life of the original model was excellent, but the new 3310 embarrasses it. It offers an exceptionally 22-hour talk time on a single charge, which is a tenfold improvement and will run for 31 days in standby mode. It can also be removed, just like the battery of the old model, but this time it can be charged via the microUSB port. Price and release HMD Global claims that the new Nokia 3310 "will sell at an average global retail price" of 49 € (41 £) and will be available for purchase in the second quarter of this year, which covers the three-month period from March to June. We expect the 3310 to come before warm weather, and Nokia will launch it as the second phone for festival goers and vacationers.
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