Nokia Set To reborn the legendary 3310, others at MWC
- Nokia Set To reborn the legendary 3310, others at MWC
Nokia seems to have experienced the better part of the Android world and does not look like it will be letting go of the Golden Nugget soon. Following the release of the Nokia 6 device at the CES 2017 which threw the company back into a favourable limelight, Nokia has been rumored to be planning n other Android powered device but it came as a shock when the smartphone company revealed that it would be bringing the resurrected version of the legendary Nokia 3310 back into the market.
The concept which was quite unbelievable at first after rumors went wild has been confirmed to be one of the major redefinitions of the company and would be making an official entrance in February 2017 during Mobile World Congress.
Nokia made impressive sales of the Nokia 6 device which sold out in the first minute after it was released on Chinese e-commerce store, JD.com and with a prior record of over one million signatures for the Nokia 6, the tech company has surely built a great foundation upon which it will release the Nokia 3310 reborn.
The legendary device will, however, come into the market sporting a few changes in design and of course in OS. The announcement comes after Nokia was rumored to be planning a major resurrection for the N series of smartphones which have now become obsolete.
The Mobile World Congress 2017 holding in Barcelona will, however, witness the unveiling of the device and other smartphones including the much rumored Nokia P1 which has been in the news for some time. The Nokia P1 from the tech company will according to rumors be unveiled at the MWC 2017 ND WILL COME Into the market sporting some great features including a metal unibody build along with a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor which has been projected to either be the latest Snapdragon 835 chipset or the more common Snapdragon 821 SoC. Along with the processor comes an expected 6GB of RAM under the hood of what has been described as a 5.3-inch screen. The screen is also expected to be protected with a layer of Gorilla Glass 5 and IP57 protection. When talking about the camera, the device is expected to be unveiled packing a Carl Zeiss 22.6-megapixel camera powered by a possible 3,500 mAh battery equipped with Quick Charge 4.0.
Possible pricing of the Nokia P1 has been pegged at around £630 for the 128GB storage variant and £750 for the 256GB onboard storage space variant.
The Nokia 3310 reborn however is expected to bring its brick build for long-lasting assurance with a new design and performance improvement. The device which will come with a classic retro device will according to reports feature the signature Snake game. Rumors indicate that the smartphone will come packing a longer battery life and may be up for purchase at about £80.