Nokia bets on nostalgia, set to re-launch iconic 3310By Gladys Abbott Feb 16, 2017
Now, the current latest news is that the company geared up to make the debut of Nokia brand into the market with Nokia 6 smartphone in the Indian smartphone market.
A few days ago we told you that HMD, the global licensee for all upcoming Nokia smartphones and tablets, might be bringing to MWC 2017 a new Nokia N95 smartphone. Globally, the smartphone has created much interest and people all over can't stop talking about it.
Nokia, once the most popular phone brand in the world, has had a troubled decade as smartphone's have risen to prominence. This is already out in China where it retails for CNY1,699, and VentureBeat has a European price of €249 ($263). The company is also launching the Nokia 6 and Nokia 5.
HMD is holding its launch event on February 26 in Barcelona ahead of the Mobile World Congress. Despite the word, re-sellers continued selling the Nokia 6 device online through different platforms.
If you were in the market for a new phone in the year 2000, then the 3310 may have been on your wish-list. And all this is according to Venture Beat's Evan Blass. There's no telling when Nokia plans to release the phone in India, however, the official announcement isn't far away.
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Back in January, HMD Global officially launched the Nokia 6 in China, the first of its devices using the licensed Nokia name.
One other interesting tidbit included in today's report is that HMD Global is also said to be cooking up a new Nokia 3310.
Both will ship with a specs sheet worse than the Nokia 6, with rumours of a 5.5-inch display, Snapdragon 430 chip, 4GB of RAM and a 16MP rear camera.
In an article on Venture Beat, he revealed that the Finnish company who now owns the rights to the Nokia brand name, HMD Global, plans to reveal 4 new phones at the event in Spain. The 3310 launched at the turn of the century and became an instant hit with phone fans.
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