The Mid 2000s Are Calling: New Nokia 3310 Telephones Uncovered

The Mid 2000s Are Calling: New Nokia 3310 Telephones Uncovered
The Mid 2000s Are Calling: New Nokia 3310 Telephones Uncovered
In a time of steadily propelling telephone innovation, can sentimentality give a lift to a not really cell phone?

The Nokia 3310 -- a cherished telephone model that has been outdated for 10 years _ has been relaunched as another, bright, pared-down telephone available to be purchased by HMD Worldwide.

The new telephone, which costs only more than $50, appeared at an expo in Barcelona. It's a "highlight telephone," the industry term for a gadget that doesn't have the capacities of a cell phone. However, it's unquestionably been redesigned since the mid 2000s; this model has a camera, a shading screen and a mp3 player.

Not everybody was inspired. Chris Smith of BGR composed that the new telephone "feels light and shabby" and called the utilization of the Nokia 3310 name a "showcasing trap" to convey thoughtfulness regarding HMD Worldwide's new Android cell phones _ likewise under the Nokia mark.

The organization acquired the privilege to make Nokia telephones a year ago. Gossipy tidbits have as of late been permeating that among the offerings would be a return telephone, restoring the 3310. As we revealed not long ago, that model was in fact "resigned" in 2005, with somewhere in the range of 126 million units sold, as indicated by Nokia :

"However, a couple extremist fans declined to resign their gadgets, noticing the comfort of a battery that goes on for a considerable length of time. What's more, even the individuals who proceeded onward to shinier cell phones still affectionately recollected the 3310 — and as touchscreen after touchscreen broke, they recalled contemplatively to the old telephone's close indestructibility.
The Mid 2000s Are Calling: New Nokia 3310 Telephones Uncovered The Mid 2000s Are Calling: New Nokia 3310 Telephones Uncovered Reviewed by Read to Digest on 2:47 PM Rating: 5

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