Nokia May Soon Relaunch Nokia-3310 Model: Reports
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The Nokia 3310 needs very little introduction. Dead simple design, a nearly indestructible build and a battery that lasted for days made it one of the most popular phones in the world in early 2000.
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HMD Global Oy, the Finnish company that has the rights to use Nokia's brand on mobile phones, may be looking to cash on this nostalgia by bringing back the iconic device.
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Renowned phone leaker Evan "Evleaks" Blass has reported that HMD is preparing a handset that shares the 3310 name.
Nokia went on to sell 126 million units of the device. The phone has gained cult status in recent years with users yearning for some of that legendary hardiness in the age of delicate glass-screened smartphones.
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Like its beloved predecessor, the device is reportedly a feature phone that focuses on the absolute basics. It will cost €59 (roughly Rs 4,200) and compete directly with the growing number of low-end Android smartphones.