Analysts have called the release of the phone a "fantastic way" for HMD to use Nokia's brand value to gain recognition with consumers. The other 52.2% market share in feature phones is shared by other 103 brands. But, the company has done it so earlier. In India, the company plans to launch Nokia 3, Nokia 5, besides Nokia 6 in June.
As it is said that HMD is planning to pit the Nokia 8 against the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the upcoming iPhone 8, it is understandable why it is rumored to have a high price tag.
It's been a long wait, but Nokia Mobile has finally returned to India after months of nostalgia-fueled anticipation. The new Nokia 3310 runs on Nokia Series 30+ OS operating system. The first difference is the display size and resolution. Nokia 3310 sports a 2MP camera with LED flash in the rear. The old Nokia 3310 had 48X84 pixels.
True to their word, Nokia has launched its iconic feature phone Nokia 3310 in India at Rs. 3,310, inspired by the Freedom 251 name value.
Lastly, the device has 1200mAh battery and you will have talk time up to 22.1 hours, listening to MP3 songs is rated to go up to 51 hours (that's huge) plus the standby time extends till 31 days.
The dual SIM phone boasts of over 22 hours of talk time and standby time of almost a month.
The battery of the new device is removable, like its older version. The key highlight of the new Nokia 3310 is its battery. If you are thinking of buying the 3310 there's plenty to love about this new device. It supports 2G Internet access and Bluetooth 3.0 with Nokia's SLAM technology. It's coming in completely a new avatar. This was told by the resource TechRadar, citing a company announcement HMD.
With three Nokia Android smartphones already announced, we can expect three or four more smartphones to be launched sometime by the end of this year.