In addition to the Nokia 3310 3G model, the company has also proudly announced that the device will come with Snake. The handset comes in a tactile matte finish with four colour options- azure, yellow, warm red, and charcoal.
The new Nokia 3310, much like its unique kin, includes a monstrous standby time of up to a month, a feature of the gadget.
You can even do things like Facebook and Twitter on the Nokia 3310 3G, thanks to the 3G speeds, but obviously it will be a customised experienced compared to the fully featured apps you'll find on smartphones, but that said, they're available! It is running on "Feature OS powered by Java" and comes with 64 GB ROM and external storage support. However, there is no any specific details revealed in the page about the launching of this phone in other markets of the world.
Earlier this year, we got a little excited about the rebooting of the Nokia 3310 from Finnish startup HMD.
HMD Global unveiled the classic Nokia 3310 at MWC 2017 back in February this year. The new handset is integrated with a 2-megapixel primary camera with LED flash and a Micro-USB port. The patched up Nokia 3310 has brighter hues, updated determinations, all wrapped with the nostalgic substance. The Nokia 3310 3G has a talk time of 6.5 hours and a standby time of 27 days.
The Nokia 3310 3G will be going on sale in Australia from October 16 onward for AUD 89.95 which roughly translates to Rs 4,600.
The handset will sell for a global average price of €69.
The new 3310 will be available globally from mid-October.
So let's wait and see the actual price - it's been confirmed to land on O2 in the United Kingdom already - before deciding whether HMD is playing a smart game or just likely to upset users who purchased the original, lifetime-limited version.