Classic Nokia 3310 is set to make a comeback

Two smartphones and one feature phone to be announced at Mobile World Congress 2017
The Nokia 3310 was first launched in 2000
The Nokia 3310 was first launched in 2000

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Nokia has announced it is reviving the classic Nokia 3310 this month at Mobile World Congress.

Once dubbed as sturdy, indestructible and also praised for its long-lasting battery life, HMD Global, which acquired the rights to use the Nokia name, is planning to refresh the feature phone.

According to Venture Beat the Nokia 3310, which was first released in 2000, will be sold for $60, however no other possible features have been publicised.

HMD Global will also showcase two Android smartphones which may be named Nokia 5 and Nokia 3. The Nokia 5 is expected to cost around $200 and may feature a 5.2", 720p display, 2GB or RAM and a 12MP rear camera. However there is limited information on the Nokia 3, apart from it could cost $150.

The Nokia 3310 comeback will provide a sense of nostalgia if it features a similar specifications and style, such as the four games it used to store: Snake II, Pairs II, Space Impact, and Bantumi.

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