The iconic Nokia 3310 could be making a comeback! The popular device was much loved thanks to being simple, robust and having an excellent battery life.
In footage released by Concept Creator we get our first glimpse of what the device may look like and it appears to keep the traditional design but receive a major hardware and technological boost.
According to Concept Creator, the new device will be 14mm thick, and have a 1.5-inch colour screen – very different from the old block grey and green display. You have an FM radio and the facility to create your own ringtone with charging coming via a micro-USB port.
The device will have a 1650mAh battery that will give between 55 and 235 hours of battery life. It will also come with 8GB of internal memory.
The company will be attending the Mobile World Congress that starts on 26 February and the 3310 is expected to feature quite heavily.
Tipster, Evan Blass expects the device to retail for around THB13,000 and expects Nokia’s flagship device, not the 3310, to be announced at the same time!
The flagship device will be the Nokia P1 smartphone and will include a 22.6MP rear camera complete with a Carl Zeiss lens. It will be powered by a 3,500mAh battery and also include one of the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon processors. It will have a 5.3-inch screen that is protected by Gorilla Glass 5 and run Android 7.0 Nougat.
The company is also predicted to launch two low-end devices featuring Android 7.0 and these will be known as Nokia 3 and Nokia 5 with Nokia 6 also being released in Europe after being unveiled in China earlier in the year.
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