HMD (the Finnish manufacturer with exclusive rights to the Nokia brand) will announce three brand new handsets including the legend Nokia 3310 that will make its way back to the shelves at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) this month reports Venture Beat.
The two android phones will be the Nokia 5 and Nokia 3, while a legend will also be making its way back to the shelves, the Nokia 3310. The Nokia 3310 sold over 100 million units, it was known for being extremely durable and reliable, while offering long battery life. It is hence expected that the new avatar of Nokia 3310 will continue the legacy of its predecessor.
To recall, Nokia had stirred the smart phone space with the recently launched Nokia 6 running on Android 7.0 Nougat. Working towards regaining its lost market position, Nokia in a joint venture with HMD has further plans to announce similar such handsets, at a lower price tag.
Nokia is planning to bring back the classic nostalgic devices back on board.
The high-end variant of the Nokia 3310 is expected to come packed with a price tag of €59. Well, although Nokia hasn’t revealed any information on the launch of these devices yet, but predictions are such that the smartphone pioneer may unveil these handsets on February 26, at the MWC press meet.