Nokia is relaunching the legendary 3310 phone at Mobile World Congress (MWC) Barcelona. The phone which is nicknamed 'the immovable object' and 'the indestructible' will make a comeback in a new package. The company has an event scheduled on 26 February.
According to reporter and leaker Evan Blass, a total of four phone will be launched at the keynote held by Nokia along with HMD Global. While the technical specifications and the details of 3310 reboot are unknown Blass has suggested that it would be priced at €59. The phone was originally launched in 2000 and it was known for its ultra-sturdy construction and long battery life.
Along with this tribute phone, HMD Global will launch Nokia 3,5 and 6. It is to be noted that Nokia 6 was launched in China last month. It has a 5.5 Inch HD display powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 chip and a 4 GB of RAM. The phone has a rear camera of 16 MP and front camera of 8 MP. It has the battery capacity of 3000 mAh.
Nokia 5 is a stripped down version with a 5.2-inch 720p display. The phone reportedly has a RAM of 2 GB in spite of carrying the same processor as Nokia 6. Nokia 5 is expected to be priced at €149 and Nokia 6 is expected to be priced at €209. There are few details available for Nokia 3.
A new report also suggests that HMD might be planning to revamp the N-Series as well.