Launched at €49 in the European market, the Nokia 3310 has received a similar price tag at Rs.3310 in the India market.
“It’s got everything you remember, but with a modern twist. So whether you’re after a feature phone that offers amazing battery life in a head-turning design or a companion phone, the Nokia 3310 won’t let you down,” said Ajey Mehta, VP-India, HMD Global.
Feature phones are still relevant in the developing countries — both as a primary as well as a secondary device — thanks to their relatively longer battery life compared to their smart counterparts.
Display: Nokia’s new unveiling sports a 2.4-inch QVGA curved display, which is covered with a polarised layer to make for better reading in the sunlight.
Battery: The device is powered by a 1200mAh battery, which is charged via a micro-USB port. The company claims that the battery lasts for 31 days on standby, 22 hours of talk time and 51 hours of music playback.
Storage: The Nokia 3310 has 16MB of built-in memory which can be expanded up to 32GB using a microSD card.
Camera: The device sports a modest 2MP camera with LED flash.
OS and Audio: The Nokia 3310 reboot is going to run on Nokia Series 30+ operating system, houses a 3.5mm jack to connect your headphones.
Wireless Connectivity: The device also has Bluetooth 3.0 tech with SLAM and runs on 2G connectivity.
It comes in a dual-sim variant (microSIM).
“Talk all day on a single charge, send texts, take pictures and enjoy a pocket jukebox with a built-in FM Radio and MP3 player,” he added.