They were indestructible.
Didn’t require constant charging.
Had the ability to make you feel like a DJ.
They also had a screen that could be used under direct sunlight.
Let’s not forget that they had one of the best games in the world.
Closely followed by Batumi and Space Impact.
If the latest report is to be believed, you will soon be able to relive all the good times you had with the Nokia 3310.
Let me rewind a bit.
Based on a new report from VentureBeat, HMD plans to announce 3 brand new handsets at the MWC event — two Android smartphones, and a feature phone. The upcoming smartphones are codenamed Nokia 5 (features a 5.2-inch 720p display, 2GB of RAM, and a 12MP rear camera) and a Nokia 3 (An entry-level offering that will reportedly cost about €149).
Along with these two smartphones, HMD might relaunch the iconic Nokia 3310 (Expected to cost around €59).
Riding on a wave of nostalgia, there is a huge chance that the modernized 3310 could be a hit for HMD.
What do you think?