A new, revamped version of the classic Nokia 3310 has been unveiled at Mobile World Congress (MWC).
The phone has been unveiled by HMD Global which has a licence to use the Nokia brand. It is clearly hoping nostalgia for the classic device will entice buyers, alongside the fact it has a battery life of 22-hours of talk time, the classic game Snake and the once ubiquitous Nokia ringtone.
The new Nokia 3310 is running the firm's Series 30+ software, and sports a colour 2.4in QVGA display, a 2MP camera and has been given a modern upgrade with a built-in microSD slot and microUSB charging port.
However, one surprising aspect of the device is there is no WiFi support, no GPS functionality and it only supports 2.5G connectivity, which may put off some buyers.
The device will go on sale in Q2 this year for €49 (around £40), and will be available to pick up in glossy yellow and red colors, and matte grey and dark blue models.
HMD also announced, just as expected, a trio of affordable Android devices, the Nokia 6, Nokia 5 and Nokia 3.
All three of these devices run Nougat, and HMD boasts that they all run the "purest version of Android," which means users can expect prompt monthly security updates, quick upgrades to new versions of Android and Google's AI Assistant baked-in - just like the LG G6 and newly-announced Moto G5 and G5 Plus.
All three of the numerically-named Nokia handsets also come crafted from aluminium, with the firm promising the "robustness you'd expect from a Nokia device."
On the hardware front, the Nokia 6 (below), which has already made its debut in China, is the highest-spec of the three with its 5.5in Full HD display, Snapdragon 430 SoC, 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. You'll also find a 16MP main camera, 8MP front-facing camera, built-in fingerprint sensor and 3,000mAh battery, which HMD claims will get you 18-hours of talk time on a single charge.
The Nokia 6 will launch in Q2 priced at €229 (around £185), while a special iPhone-esque glossy black edition will be made available for €299 (around £250).
The metal-clad Nokia 5 and Nokia 3 sport 5.2in FHD and 5in HD displays, respectively, and will be made available for €189 (around £160) and €139 (around £120), respectively.
There's been no sign of the rumoured Nokia 8 at MWC, with this instead tipped to be unveiled at a standalone launch event later this year.
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