Nokia 3310 review: Hands on with Nokia's nostalgia phone

Serial mobile phone tipster Evan Blass says that HMD Global - the owner of the Nokia branding - will launch three Nokia headsets alongside the Nokia 3310 at MWC 2017.

- Yes, it will last essentially forever: a month on standby.

Nokia 5 is a watered down version of Nokia 6.

Other announcements today see health gadget and wearable maker Withings transitioning their products to Nokia branding by this summer.

What do you think of the Nokia 3310's comeback? Amidst, a choir group singing the Nokia melody, the company rebooted its one of the most iconic and invincible phone of all times, the Nokia 3310.

The aluminium-built Nokia 3 has a five-inch display that is also made from Corning Gorilla Glass and features eight megapixel rear and front cameras.

Unlike the Nokia X, XL and XL+ Android phones from Microsoft, the new Nokia phones are pure Android devices.

The original Nokia 3310 features a monochrome screen that has a resolution of 84 x 84 pixels. It means the demand and interest in Nokia Android smartphone are impressive. Also, where the original came with a 84 x 84 B&W display, this new version will sport a colour display, but don't expect it to be the AMOLED kinds. Anyone, everyone would trust Nokia to be the best in offering a basic phone without any nonsense.

The company didn't reveal the phone's processor, but we do know that it comes with 16GB of internal memory expandable with a microSD card. Several reports have suggested a series of updates for the Nokia 3310, but a new rumor now claims that the device will remain true to its feature phone origins, according to Android Headlines.

The 3310 will come in a range of colours, including the original navy blue as well as red, yellow and grey. There's no metal on display for the Nokia 3, which also informs its asking price.

HMD Global has confirmed that the new Nokia 3310 will be available in India in the second quarter this year for 49 euros (roughly Rs. 3,500).

  • Latoya Cobb