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The updated version of Nokia with a battery that lasts a month on standby mode and Snake game that goes on stores shelves later this year.

Nokia 3310 with longer battery life.

The updated version of Nokia with a battery that lasts a month on standby mode and Snake game that goes on stores shelves later this year.  This will be an improved version of the device that came out in year 2000 and was discontinued five years later, even then it was known for its long battery life and popular Snake game.  Nearly after 17 years first launch it is redesigned.  According to a report the new device will have 22 hours of talk time which is 10 times more than original one, and for Snake fans it will feature the classic game.

 

This device with no Wi-Fi offers 2.5 G connectivity for basic internet. Owner of the Nokia brand HMD Global said the new model is aimed at those looking for a second or do-called “ burner” phone to make calls and send texts. Available in gloss red and yellow and matte blue and Gray as on the picture, and has 2.4 inch color screen with Bluetooth 3.0, an FM radio, LED torch, micro SD card support up to 32GB and a two –megapixel camera.  3310 will use 900 MHz and 1800 MHz, the release date set for the 2nd quarter of this year, that you can sign up to receive updates on when the phone is being released on at www.nokia.com/phones.

 
Credit Wired

HMD also announced a range of Nokia –branded Android smartphones.  The Nokia 6
Went on sale in China in January, will be launching worldwide in the 2nd quarter of 2017 priced under $243 where a limited-edition gloss black model will cost almost $70 more.

   

The N6 has a 5.5- inch scree, Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor, and 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage along with a 16MP rear-facing camera. The global version is almost identical to its Chinese model with an upgrade of front-facing camera to eight megapixel, wide –angle lens and addition of NFC.  There are two more Nokia’s phones (N3, N5) that will cost less. The Nokia 5 is made from a single block of aluminum and has a curved screen with a 5- inch full HD screen, Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor, and 2GB RAM and 13MP camera.  But Nokia 3 has a 5” 1280x720 screen, MTK 6737 quadcore 1.3 GHz processor, and 2GB RAM and 8MP camera.


Nokia 3 Photo: Google

All three Android phones will launch in the second quarter of this year in 120 countries worldwide, as its reported the HMD already working with 500 partners to stock the handsets.

Nokia5, photo: Google
 




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