The Comeback of Nokia with the launch of Nokia 3310:-
In Bollywood movies of the 80s, a small village boy with rough personalities who was lost in the Kumbh Mela suddenly arrives on the scene after almost 15-20 years of life, all set with his fluent English accent and a dashing personality when the villagers no more remember him. Our story here is about the telecom giant Nokia which used to rule our hearts almost 15 years ago with its mobile phone handsets having uniqueness of their own. The Finnish company after a long wait made its comeback with the launch of Nokia 3310. This time Nokia has made a comeback with Android as the software application for its phones. The original Nokia 3310 was launched in the year 2000. On February, 27 the phone was re-launched in Barcelona with a 2 megapixel Camera and android interface. The phone is very affordable and is priced at Euro49 only. Let’s have a look at the features of 3310, the kid born out of the marriage of Nokia with Android.
|Available in||Four colors (warm red (glossy), Dark blue (Matte), yellow (glossy), Dark red|
|Phone dimensions||115.6 x 51 x 12.8 mm|
|Screen size||2.4” polarized and curved screen|
|Micro USB port||Yes|
|SIM slot||Variants both for single SIM and DUAL SIM available|
|Internal Memory||16 MB storage,|
|External memory||Micro SD card, (upto 32 Gb)|
|Primary Camera||2 MP|
|Network Support||GSM 900/1800 MHz|
|Battery||1200 mAh battery|
|Battery life||Talk time up to 22 hours|
The phone has a 1200 mAh lithium ion battery. One will definitely fall in love with the re-crafted body of the phone along with some modern day features available at such a handsome price. The weight of the phone will be around 76 gms and will be available in the market very soon. The phone gives a flashback of the keypad phones used earlier and the surprise gift with the phone is the game ‘Snake’. The phone is predicted to be hit among the older generation due to the comeback of keypad in the era of touch screens. And the snake eating up all the numbers will be an exciting time pass for the daily long distance commuters in India. So let’s make plans for a wise investment in the mobile world arena.