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Nokia re-launched the New Nokia 3310. This is the same old classic Nokia phone, which people say is the toughest object in the universe. It is said to be indestructible, at least jokingly. But Nokia — or rather HMD — surely believes that fans love it and hence, for the fans, it is bringing the phone back. You must have already heard the news, but if you are still trying to figure out what the new Nokia 3310 is all about, let India Today Tech help you.
— The new Nokia 3310 is a fresh take on the old Nokia 3310 design wise. It has a more rounder, more modern design. It is slimmer, has funky colours and keys with design that accentuates their and phone’s roundness.
— The new Nokia 3310 has a 2.4-inch screen with colour display. It has a polarise layer on the top of the glass to make the screen more legible under the direct sunlight.
— There is a 2-megapixel camera with flash on the rear.
— The phone can provide 22 hours of battery life, which is almost 10X more than what the original Nokia 3310 offered.
— The new Nokia 3310 uses 2G connection.
— The phone has 16MB internal storage. You can also add a microSD card of up to 32GB. (Earlier we incorrectly said that it has 16GB storage).
— FM radio and MP3 player is inside there in the phone. And so is the headphone jack. No iPhone this, phone.
— The phone charges via a microUSB port.
— The phone with Snake preloaded. But now in colour. Also, the same old Nokia ringtones are inside the phone.
— The phone will be available in four colours. Red and Yellow have shiny finish. The Blue and Gray have matte finish.
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— The user interface is the same old, simple-to-use Nokia software. Although it has been tweaked a little.
— And finally, the price. The new Nokia 3310 has a global price of Euros 49 (around Rs 3,500). The phone will be available in India and other markets sometime in April.