Nokia 3310: The feature phone that could just be a must-have device for all!

Vanita Labra, 27/02/2017
Nokia 3310: The feature phone that could just be a must-have device for all!

Following 17 years, it's back - the as good as ever Nokia 3310. At the Mobile World Congress in progress at Barcelona, Nokia took the wraps of the gadget that fans had been craving for, keeping it basic and tasteful and extremely reminiscent of its forerunner while displaying a 2017-prepared design. In particular, it will have a rebooted version of Snake - the classic game that many will recollect affectionately. 

The new Nokia 3310 is slimmer than the first and on the off chance that it is anything like its forerunner, it ought to be intense as nails. Nokia went to the degree of holding the first Navy Blue and Gray shading variations, and included two new hues: Warm Red and Yellow. 

The new Nokia 3310 is unmistakably a feature phone, donning a 2.4-inch QVGA show, Nokia's Series 30+ OS. We aren't sure if the gadget will support popular applications like WhatsApp and can't make sure now in the event that it will incorporate the capacity to load additional applications other than the ones preloaded. Dissimilar to the primary form, this one now has a shading show and incorporates 16GB of inward stockpiling that can be extended by 32GB by means of a microSD card - exactly what's required to store an arrangement of melodies and the fundamental photographs its 2MP back camera (with LED streak) camera catches.

It is powered by a 1200mAh battery that is appraised to convey a most extreme talk time of up to 22.1 hours, tuning in to MP3 tunes it is evaluated to go for 51 hours, and its standby time reaches out to 31 days. Believe it or not, the battery can keep going for up to a month on a single charge! 

The phone just supports a 2G network so web surfing with its implicit Opera Mini program is simple, best case scenario. Additionally its absence of Whatsapp support is a gigantic killjoy. So this turns into a full scale optional telephone (in case you're an in-your-face Nokia 3310 lover,) or a fundamental gadget for people who can't be troubled by applications and so forth. Its steroidal battery life does however make it in a perfect world suited to pressing along before a lengthy, difficult experience trip, or seven days away at a remote camp. 

Be that as it may, credit to HMD Global for doing justice to the design - despite the fact that the new phone is slimmer and more smaller, it certainly harkens to the 3310 and its simple to easy to  become awash with a rush of nostalgia. The gadget is estimated at EUR 49 (around Rs 3500,) and it will enthusiasm to see whether it hits a sweet spot when its nearby evaluating is reported. 

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