One of the big stories to come out prior to the Mobile World Congress is the surprise comeback of the Nokia 3310.
The first real hints about what the device may look like are starting to emerge prior to its expected launch at MWC 2017.
Chinese technology site Vtech, has published several images that suggest the screen and hardware will be upgraded but it will still retain its original charm.
It will be much lighter and slimmer than the original as it is expected to be made of either metal or a polymer rather chunky plastic as well as being available in a range of colours.
Thankfully the screen will have moved on from the green and black affair offered on the original and will be available in full colour as well as being much larger, but don’t expect high resolution as the company is keen to save battery life.
The device is expected to be easy on the wallet, retailing for around THB2200, so this will please those who feel that owning a smartphone is an expensive necessity.
Alongside the Nokia 3310 the company is expected to launch the Nokia P1, their flagship device.
This will come with a 5.3-inch screen that is protected by Gorilla Glass 5, a 22.6MP rear camera with a Carl Zeiss lens and a powerful 3500mAh battery.
It will run on an out-of-the-box version of Google’s Android 7.0 Nougat so this will give the device some authority and an opportunity to mix with some so the modern day big players.