Ngebray.com,- The Nokia 3310 is back. And so is “Snake.” The phone was one of the world’s best-selling feature phones before smartphones dominated the market. The 3310 was revived by Finnish startup HMD Global Oy who make Nokia-branded phones under license.
The Nokia 331o will sell for an average global retail price of $52. HMD claim 22-hour talk-time and a monthlong standby. The handset maker also launched the Nokia 5 and Nokia 3 smarphones on Sunday at Mobile World Congress, Barcelona. The phones run a pure Android Nougat operating system.
The Nokia 5 and Nokia 3 sell for an average global retail price of $200 and $147 respectively. The higher end Nokia 6 was rolled out globally and retails for an average price of $242. The handset maker hopes former Nokia customers will return to the brand, especially in China. The company says the Nokia-branded phones are easy to use and affordable.
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