Nokia 3310 launched in Pakistan


Nokia’s remake of the iconic 3310 ‘brick’ phone has finally launched in Pakistan.

Iconic Nokia 3310 is back

The new 3310, which will go on sale next week, will come at a retail price of Rs6,490. It will be offered in a wide array of colour options, including warm red and yellow (both with a gloss finish) and dark blue and grey (both with a matte finish).

Kamran Khan, Head of Near East, HMD Global said, “Pakistan is one of the top emerging markets when it comes to mobile phones, we have witnessed an overwhelming response in the country ever since we announced our Nokia phones at Mobile World Congress earlier this year.”

The re-imagined 3310 features a 2.4 curved display with 16 MB internal storage along which is expandable via a MicroSD. Powered by a 1,200 mAh battery, the 3310 is capable of delivering 22 hours of talk time with a standby time of 31 days.

The indestructible Nokia 3310 is making a comeback

The new phone also features a 2 megapixel camera this time around and will be available in both single SIM and dual SIM variants. Users will also be able to play a revamped version of the iconic Snake game.

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