Nokia phones return with Android, Atmos and the classic 3310

Nokia phones return with Android, Atmos and the classic 3310

Now, HMD Global, a Finnish company holds the rights to the Nokia brand and is trying aggressively to enter the mobile phone market by bringing smartphones as well as feature phones.

Finally Nokia revealed a third smartphone, the Nokia 3. Since then, various versions of the arcade game have been released on Nokia-created phones, including a 3D version that was first launched for the ill-fated N-Gage gaming phone.

And let's not forget its legendary customisable, swappable front and rear panels.

Talking about the phones, Nokia 6 was launched earlier this year in China but today's MWC keynote has made the phone global along with two of its new brothers. Not only has the company announced that it will be launching phones running Android, it's gone and announced three brand new phones with the most insane prices you will ever see.

The MWC 2017 starts in Barcelona from February 27 to March 2.

A year ago, Nokia CEO Rajeev Suri promised a new generation of Nokia phones.

To add in, Snake first featured on Nokia handsets in the late 90s and since then has appeared on over 400 million phones.

So, we can say that, this time Nokia is planning to launch budget friendly smartphones to attract more users. The nostalgic return of Nokia 3310 comes with Nokia's Series 30+ software, with a 2.4-inch QVGA display, a 2-megapixel camera, and even a microSD slot. The all-new Nokia 3310 is smaller than its predecessor, and it looks quite a bit different as well, a bit more modern.

The new Nokia 3310, much like its original model, offers an astounding battery life.

While the pictures were taken with the device's camera will certainly not be exceptional. According to a source, Interim President of Nokia Technologies noted that the "return of the Nokia 3310 has us smiling too".



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