The price of Nokia 3310 (2017) is now out. The new avatar of the iconic Nokia 3310 feature phone will be pushed in India by HMD global, the company that has licensed Nokia brand for next 10 years.

The Nokia 3310 (2017) will go on sale starting May 18, at the brick and motor store across length and breadth of the country. Interestingly, HMD Global has priced this classic feature phone at Rs. 3310.

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Nokia-3310-BCP

HMD Global is offering the revamped 3310 in four shades – Warm Red, Yellow, Dark Blue and Grey. While the first two colors have a glossy finish back cover, the latter ones sport a matte finish.

In comparison to the classic, the new Nokia 3310 is curvier, smaller, lighter and easier to hold and use. As far as specifications are concerned, the Nokia 3310 features 2.4-inch QVGA display with a polarized layer that claims to offer better sunlight visibility.

The Nokia 3310 come with 16MB internal storage, which can be expanded by up to 32GB using microSD card . The phone runs on the Nokia Series 30+ OS. Apart from this, it includes FM player, 3.5 mm audio jack, and a 2MP rear camera with LED flash.

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Also, the new Nokia 3310 comes pre-loaded with the new Snake game. The phone only supports 2G dual SIM so, naturally, Reliance Jio customers won’t be able to use their Jio SIM cards with the Nokia 3310 (2017).

Nokia 3310 Old Vs. Nokia 3110 New

One of the highlights of the phone is its 1200 mAh battery which, according to HMD Global claims, offers a standby time of up to a month.

Talk all day on a single charge, send texts, take pictures and enjoy a pocket jukebox with a built-in FM Radio and MP3 player. Our reinvention of this classic design is sure to make you smile. It’s got everything you remember, but with a modern twist. So whether you’re after a feature phone that offers amazing battery life in a head turning design or a companion phone, the Nokia 3310 won’t let you down.

Ajey Mehta, VP-India, HMD, Global

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