After having seen the teasers about legendary Nokia mobile phones on their official facebook page for a few days, one of them – the indestructible Nokia 3310 has just made its way through the rumours of being relaunched at MWC this month.
This hits the internet as surprise but the news comes right from the reliable twitter leak source @evleaks. VentureBeat reports that HMD will launch a modernised version of the most popular and sturdy mobile phone at MWC. Nokia 3310 was first launched 17 years ago in the year 2000 and was referred to be the most toughest phone among many.
Nokia 6 Broader Launch
HMD Global is already set to hold its launch event on February 26th at MWC this month. There Nokia brand name licensee is expected to launch Android powered smartphones – probably three of them. Among them Nokia 6 — launched in China only and has seen an extreme sale, will reportedly have a broader launch coming out in the world.
Other two are Nokia 3 and Nokia 5, which will be the first ever releases after Nokia 6. Take a note on Nokia 6 features which include a 5.5 inch full HD display, a Snapdragon 430 processor, 4GB of RAM, 64GB internal storage and a 16 megapixel camera is reported to cost €249. The other two in the report are the budget siblings targeting lower cost while all of them will be running Android 7 Nougat.
According to report, the event will focus on the launch of devices in European markets.
Nokia 5 and Nokia 3
Nokia 5 as such will reportedly feature a 5.2″ display with 720p resolution. The phone will also be powered by Snapdragon 430 but the RAM will set at 2GB as well as the main camera will feature 12 megapixel resolution. Nokia 5 will reportedly cost €199 with difference of €50.
Nokia 3 will be even lower entry-level phone, priced at €149. Expect a 5″ screen with HD resolution, 1GB RAM and an entry-level processor.
The Modern Nokia 3310
As suggested above Nokia 3310 will be the most surprise launch, if happened to be true among this smartphone age. According to report the phone will be a modern version of the original that was successor to Nokia 3210 back in the year 2000. The phone will reportedly cost €59 and may bring some upgraded features — like a dual-SIM? colour screen? and even a USB charging? may be data transfer too? well you can take this with a pinch of salt.
Expect good to come out of MWC this month. Not only Nokia, there are more things ready to be launched. so keep an eye over here to get updated.