CRB Tech reviews has a good news for all the loyal customers of Nokia. Is it true that you are feeling the loss of your Nokia phones? Well, 3310 may soon be ready to take on the market again!
As indicated by a tweet by the serial leaker Evan Blass, Nokia is planning to reintroduce 3310 alongside presenting its Android-based smartphones– Nokia 3, Nokia 6 and its diluted rendition Nokia 5 at the Mobile World Congress 2017 (MWC 2017) that will be held in Barcelona in this month itself.
The start of the twenty-first century saw the world making a steady move as far as mobile phones are concerned. Individuals progressively began discarding their landlines to converse with their family and companions utilizing cell phones. One name that from multiple points of view spearheaded this pattern was Nokia. The company with its wide variety of smart phones increased in popularity and rapidly turned into a commonly recognized name across the globe.
Be that as it may, as the world advanced towards the Internet era, Nokia could not match pace with the constantly switching trends and wound up being procured by Microsoft. What’s more, now, Nokia is good to go to re-concoct itself by re-launching its iconic mobile phone model 3310. No, we’ve no intention of kidding!
Substantiating a past report, the Nokia 3310 revive is said to be launched at a price of EUR 59 (approx. Rs. 4,000) which will make it nicely evaluated in the feature phone rivalry. For some Nokia fans, the Nokia 3310 was a standout amongst the most iconic and popular phones and was thought to be amongst the sturdiest handsets ever manufactured.
Return of the Nokia 3310 is a welcome news for any Nokia fan who misses to a great degree stable phone, its straightforward interface, preloaded game Snake II, and simple to-swap Xpress-on covers. Throughout the years, fans have kept it alive by means of endeavors, for example, putting the Nokia 3310 under a press and putting a super hot nickel ball over it.
The 3310 has likewise been a most loved of the people at Nokia, which tricked fans in 2014 by declaring a Nokia 3310 handset with Windows Phone 8 O.S., 41-megapixel camera, 3-inch ClearDiamond WXGA (1280×768 pixels) screen, and different other features. The handset was likewise in our rundown of most cherished Nokia mobile phones ever.
CRB Tech reviews hopes that the news come into reality soon. A “deja vu” experience for the mobile users.