It was at the beginning of the year that HMD Global announced the return of one of Nokia's most beloved handsets, the Nokia 3310. Despite mixed feelings from the press and consumers, it was clearly an attention draw during Mobile World Congress 2017. While it previously only supported 2G bands, a recent update to the handset gave it a better button layout, new colors, and support for 3G.
Now, the Nokia 3310 is about to make its debut in the United States via retailer Best Buy. The handset will be available in an assortment of colors that include Azure, Charcoal, Yellow, and Warm Red. The device description states that it will be able to get 22 hours of talk time. It will also have 16MB of internal storage with expansion up to 32GB via a microSD card slot.
Unfortunately, those on Sprint or Verizon will not be able to pick up this model for use since it only offers support for GSM networks. While it has not been tested, this should work with carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile. Those curious can currently pre-order it for $59.99 with a release date of October 29.