Nokia 3310 up for pre-orders in Europe; sale starts April 28

Nokia 3310 up for pre-orders in Europe; sale starts April 28

But according to a recently spotted listing, the upcoming Nokia 3310 might arrive in a 3G flavour. The Nokia 3310 is said to be used by many as a secondary phone as it is not a smartphone. Nokia is reintroducing itself to the world as one of the biggest smartphone manufacturer in the industry.

The Nokia 3310 (2017) feature phone was formally announced in late February with a Q2 release date.

There is some specification also that are enclosed by Nokia that this device will be having a 2.4-inch display and 2MP rear camera and also this handset will support micro SD card and for the lovers of the snake game in the old Nokia 3310, there will be an upgraded version of that game too.

A few speculations earlier suggested that Nokia 3310 (2017) will be officially launched by the end of this month, i.e - April, while Android smartphones like Nokia 6, 5 and 3 will be released sometime around next month.

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The phone on pre-order was first spotted and reported by NokiaPowerUser. If the report is to be true, Nokia will be taking a massive leap towards success and may even return to their once glory days. This makes it all the more evident that Nokia 3310 is surely coming on April 28, however, neither Nokia, nor HDM global official have highlighted anything on the Nokia 3310 (2017) global release.

Moreover, a 3G-enabled version of the 3310 was listed by some retailers in Sweden, with a price tag of Euro 93, according to a report by Phone Arena. The device is priced at 49 euros (roughly Rs 3,500) which might get slightly cheaper if the devices are made in India. The company said that the listing was an error, although there was no clarification for the Euro 93 price tag.

In India, the cost varies from Rs 4,990 to Rs 4,000. Although it's a feature phone, the new version of Nokia 3310 is a breath of fresh air for fans of the brand who were willing to buy just to use it as their second phone. The new phone will have a colored screen phone with a month-long standby period.

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