HMD Global has taken the wraps off the latest variant of the new Nokia 3310 feature phone with 4G LTE, Wi-Fi and tethering capabilities, and running on a lightweight fork of Android in China.
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A new model of the Nokia 3310 has leaked, showing that the device will run YunOS, a forked version of Android made by the Alibaba Group. It could be announced as early as CES next month.
If you're based in Europe and want to get your hands on the 3G-enabled Nokia 3310, you're in luck. Several retailers across the continent are now offering the handset including OTTO, Clove and CPW.
It has been quite some time since the initial launch of the Nokia 3310. After several months, the 3G version is making its way to the United States and will be available to purchase on October 29.
The Nokia 3310 was quite a popular release when it debuted at MWC this year. Now, the firm has updated the handset with 3G support and also has improved the button layout and added a customizable UI.
The lipstick phone? The Matrix phone? The one shaped like a teardrop? As HMD says it's considering more retro Nokia phones like the 3310, we're eager to hear which one you'd like to see return.
HMD Global says its new Nokia 3310 has been a sales success, and it's now considering "what we should be doing in terms of past great Nokia devices" - but it insists it's not bogged down in nostalgia.
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If you're looking to get in on some nostalgic action with the updated Nokia 3310, it is now available to purchase in the UK for £49.99 at Carphone Warehouse and Vodafone brick and mortar stores.
After much secrecy and anticipation, the phone with month-long battery life, the near-indestructible, reincarnated Nokia 3310, has just had its UK release date confirmed by HMD Global.
Clove UK has listed all the new Nokia smartphones and the reimagined Nokia 3310, which were announced in February at MWC 2017, on its website along with prices and an expected launch date in June.
Carphone Warehouse described UK interest in the new Nokia 3310 as "astonishing" last month, and it seems Vodafone is keen to get in on the action, confirming its plans to sell the device too.
Besides committing to an international launch in Q2 2017, HMD Global hasn't yet revealed an exact release date for its new Nokia handsets - but recent reports are pointing towards likely timeframes.
HMD Global hasn't yet announced a firm launch date for its new range of Nokia-branded devices around the world - but a UK retailer says that the new handsets are expected to launch there in May.
The UK's largest device retailer says there's been a huge amount of interest in the new €49 Nokia 3310, a modern interpretation of the classic handset, which was unveiled at Mobile World Congress.
The new Nokia 3310 aims to capture the spirit of the classic model, but adds a range of more modern features. There's a lot to like about the device - but its navigation buttons are far too fiddly.
Nokia has resurrected its iconic 3310 handset, complete with the popular - albeit slightly updated - Snake game and the Nokia ringtone. The handset is priced at €49 and will be available in Q2 2017.
This year's Mobile World Congress promises to be one of the best yet, with a variety of exciting new devices on the way from the likes of LG, BlackBerry, Nokia, Samsung, Huawei, and more.
We are only a few days away from the start of Mobile World Congress. HMD Global is set to offer a trio of handsets, one being an updated 3310. We now have more details about the revamped 3310.
New details have emerged regarding HMD Global's upcoming successor to Nokia's legendary 3310. The device will have the same design language as its predecessor, and it will not be a smartphone.
According to a new report, HMD Global will be launching three new Nokia-branded phones at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The event is scheduled for February 26, and the phones will be low end.
September 1, 2000 was the date when the legendary Nokia 3310 handset was announced. It is now celebrating sixteen years of innovation, helping us get to today's smartphone era.
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