Nokia 3310 relaunched at MWC

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Nokia 3310 relaunched at MWC

After months of rumours about the return of one of the world’s most popular mobile phones of all time, the Nokia 3310 has relaunched at the Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona, Spain.

The revamped Nokia 3310 features an updated design with a 2.4-inch screen but is for the most part a fairly faithfully reinterpretation of this classic phone.

According to manufacturer HMD Global, the relaunched Nokia 3310 has a battery lifespan of one month when in standby mode, and comes with original features including the mobile game Snake.

The Nokia 3310 is priced at €49. Check out the announcement video below.



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