The new version has been unveiled by HMD Global, a Finnish company made up largely of former Nokia employees that has acquired the rights to the Nokia brand.
It has a battery life of 30 days, a headphone jack and SD card slot for holding music and photos, a two-megapixel camera, and an FM radio. It has Snake, although a different twist on the game from what original 3310 users might recognise. It has only basic internet access through a 2.5G connection, missing modern smartphone staples such as Facebook and WhatsApp.
The new 3310 is set to cost €49 (£41) when it is released in the second quarter of the year.
BIG QUESTION: Will You Buy The New Nokia 3310 ?
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all hail nokia 3310
i go just add am to my android phone. the phone make sense
endy what of you. you go buy.
sure I will @Johnson
Pls o how much is dat amount in naira
@Esther: You want to know the cost in Naira? Let's do some mathematics, . The official cost of the phone is €49 (euros). The official exchange rate of Naira to Euro is arround €1 =N334. Now if we are to buy the phone in Nigerian naira, it will be €49 x 334 which is = N16366. That is the price in Naira. In other news, we don't know if the price will be discounted when it floods Nigerian market
Hope it will last strong like our old 3310 as they promise
@jeremiah; Sure, Thats What The Company Said
@Abulus: read my answer to esther uchebe. see my calculation
Sure I will! One of the best phones ever!!!
@Gilbert: Crab? I will rather say innovation and good business strategy
Endy why will someone buy a phone with 2g for that much, besides i use to prefer the 1100 to 3310 nokia more stronger and better, but did u say 30days bat3 life, interesting
Omogbolahan Ok. nice. despite the price?
Omogbolahan: the official cost of the phone is €49 (euros). The official exchange rate of Naira to Euro is arround €1 =N334. Now if we are to buy the phone in Nigerian naira, it will be €49 x 334 which is = N16366. That is the price in Naira. In other news, we don't know if the price will be discounted when it floods Nigerian market
16.5 is not a bad price but I know it will soon crash looking at how much it cost when it came to Nigeria in 2002.
The battery is a mess bro.... ( the new one)
@young; A Mess? the new battery is supposed to last longer
ok nah... I have to wait for chinco copy.