Best-selling feature phone gets a modern redesign
27 February 2017
Nokia has released a colourful reimagining of its 3310 featuring battery standby for up to a month and the well-loved Snake game, priced at around £42.
Nokia 3310 is a modern classic reborn. Thin, light and durable, the Nokia 3310 is a head turning modern twist on one of the best-selling feature phones of all time.
Boasting a 22 hour talk-time and month long stand-by, the Nokia 3310’s fresh, colourful, modern design brings it bang up to date. The Nokia 3310 is available in four distinctive colours – Warm Red and Yellow, both with a gloss finish, and Dark Blue and Grey both with a matte finish.
• Pushbuttons and iconic shaped design
• 2MP camera with LED flash
• Headphone jack
• 2.4” curved window with polarised layer for better viewing in sunlight
• Available for single and dual SIM variants
• 2G connectivity for calls and texts
• All new UI
• Incredible battery life with up to 22 hours talk time
• FM radio and MP3 player
• 16MB storage plus a MicroSD card slot with support up to 32GB
It was also announced that the world-renowned game Snake will be snaking its way back into people’s hearts with a new version available to play on Messenger, part of Facebook’s Instant Games cross platform experience. The new free Snake game is designed to be played with groups of friends making it even more playable than the first time around.
The Nokia 3310 will retail at an average global retail price of €49 (£41.51).
HMD Global, the home of Nokia phones, unveiled the new 3310 alongside three new Android smartphones at Mobile World Congress 2017. The new Nokia 6, delivering performance and immersive entertainment in a premium and extremely robust design; Nokia 5, an elegant smartphone that fits perfectly in your hand; and Nokia 3, which delivers an unprecedented quality at an affordable price point. The new range of Nokia smartphones all run Android Nougat and offer a pure, secure and up to date experience and will all feature Google Assistant.
The new portfolio of Nokia smartphones and feature phones is on display at Mobile World Congress. Local availability will be announced in markets in Q2, 2017.
Video courtesy of Nokia Mobile.