HMD Global has launched Nokia 3310 3G variant that can browse the Internet on relatively faster speeds. The Nokia 3310 3G was announced by HMD Chief Marketing Officer Pekka Rantala, who claimed that the company managed to sell “millions” units of the refreshed version of the Nokia 3310 across different markets.
Apart from the 3G connectivity, the new Nokia 3310 3G also comes with some new updated features.
The new Nokia 3310 includes the regular Micro-USB port and ditches the pin charger. It features Bluetooth 2.1. It comes with new customisation options for rearranging icons and choosing colour themes.
The phone also features classic Snake game which has been optimised for the new colour screen.
For now, the handset will only be available in Australia, with price tag of AUD 89.95 (roughly Rs. 4,600); its “global average price” will be EUR 69 (about Rs. 5,320), the company said in a post.