Nokia 3310 has been remembered as one of Nokia’s classic mobile phones from early 2000s that has helped the company sell nearly 125 million handsets till now. What happens when a classic handset such as the Nokia 3310 undergoes an extreme makeover with the latest technology available in most modern smartphones? Pretty simple, you got yourself an age old but successful handset that sports a 41 megapixel snapper with PureView postulates. What’s more, this highly modified handset would run an improved variant of Windows 8 that is optimized with its 3-inch ClearDiamond touch display. Who thought Nokia would step up its game like that?
The images released by Nokia suggest that a total of 3 touch enabled navigation keys have been made part of the package. The phone is very much a power pack with a 1.5GHz Dual core processor. 32GB internal memory and 2GB of RAM complements it along with 64GB of expandable memory. Apparently, two versions of the phone will be sold by Nokia with one sporting 3G technology whereas the other one with lightning fast LTE support. Nobody could have imagined Nokia 3310 packing so much power within. It seems like Nokia wants to bring out better among its best.
Hardware is not all there is to the rejuvenated Nokia 3310. In regards to software, Nokia 3310 is said to come with App Folders as well as LiveTiles that has been the feature with plenty of Windows Mobile phones. Microsoft registered software like the Microsoft Office, OneDrive and Xbox Games are also common features besides other amenities on offer. OneDrive would offer as much as 7GB of free cloud storage upon purchase.
Colours? There’s a wide range of them on offer with this new beauty. Light tones of red, yellow, green along with dark blue will be available to choose from. Nokia has not announced the price yet, but considering those specs it is safe to assume that it would not be a cheap device to get. Whatever the price may be, this does sound like a very tempting prospect by the Finnish company.