The Nokia 3310 has been launched in India today. Priced at ₹3,310, the phone will be available in four colours and will only be sold through offline channels. The Nokia 3310 will be available on sale from 18 May.
The legendary phone was reintroduced by the Finland based phone maker, HMD Global, in February at the the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
The phone is running series 30+ software. It has a 2.4-inch QVGA display and a 2-megapixel camera. It also has a microSD slot supporting up to 32 GB of storage. And, importantly, it has the popular Snake video game.
According to the phone maker, the new 3310 has a standby time of 25 days and talk time of 22 hours. The phone's battery size is 1,200 mAh and it weighs 79.6 grams.
Nokia 3310 only supports 2G connectivity standard and is bundled with the Opera Mini browser for surfing the Internet.
With its low price point, Nokia wants to bring nostalgic fans back to fold. It is not clear yet when HMD Global will be launching its new Android smartphones in India.