A new report suggests that the classic Nokia 3310 mobile phone will be relaunched by HMD Global at this year's Mobile World Congress.
A new report from VentureBeat suggests the iconic Nokia 3310 might be making a comeback at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.
HMD Global, the Finnish company that develops mobile devices under Nokia’s brand name, is expected to relaunch the classic Nokia 3310 at a cost of just €59.
As one of the most popular mobile phones of its time, it makes sense that HMD Global would consider relaunching the Nokia 3310, which was renowned for its long lasting battery, robust design and of course, Snake.
This year’s Mobile World Congress takes place on Feb 27 to March 2 in Barcelona, Spain.
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