Mar 29, 2017 | Updated: 05:07 PM EDT

Nokia Latest News & Updates: Nokia’s Iconic Handset 3310 Will Have Its Comeback at MWC 2017 Along With Other Nokia SmartPhones

Feb 16, 2017 09:02 PM EST

The most-loved indestructible Nokia 3310 handset will have its comeback later this month at Mobile World Congress 2017. The Finnish manufacturer HMD Global Oy has now the rights of the Nokia brand which was scheduled to announce four new phones this Feb.26 at MWC in Barcelona.

The new model from the old 2000' released Nokia 3310 will be available for just $62. This new incarnation of Nokia 3310 is a brick-style launched with a monochrome screen, customizable snap on covers and its keypad and also best recognized for its long last battery life will be revealed at the MWC 2017 later this month along with the newest Nokia 3, 5, 6 at the same event.

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Nokia 6 will be the front runner of the four upcoming phones, it was first sold in China for $213 and when it hits in Europe, prices are expected in the range starting at $158, as claimed by the reports of Independent UK. Nokia 6 is an Android Nougat carrier, built in a 5.5-inch screen, powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor with a hefty internal memory of 4GB RAM. It is also can be equipped with 64GB memory storage and has a 16MP rear-facing camera.

The three other handsets were scheduled to announce its details in the upcoming MWC including the mid-tier Nokia 5 and the new entry-level Nokia 3 at prices starting $158 to $211. These phones will be the first series of handsets to hit stores under the brand name Nokia in Europe since 2014.

The brand Nokia was once known as the best mobile phone company but unfortunately fall down after iPhone compete against them in 2007. The company attempts to stand up and compete against Apple then decided for Microsoft's Windows Mobile operating system also known as Nokia Lumia Series.

According to WIRED, Finnish firm Nokia was bought by Microsoft for $7.17 Billion to focus more on an effective and focused smartphone but struggled to raise their brand. The decision sooner led to HMD which was granted a ten-year license to sell Nokia brand phones and tablets to relaunch the name Nokia.


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