Apart from launching three smartphones, Nokia re-launched its classic 3310 feature in the market. Though the device comes with the same moniker but there are certain visual upgrades.
Nokia 3310 will be available with a dual-SIM feature along with 2.4 inch QVGA display. Apart from that, there will also be a 2MP camera and microSD card slot. The company announced that, the phone will be available with 22 hour talk time and a standby time of 1 month. The device will also include the upgraded Snake game.
The phone will be available in different colour options like Red, Blue, Gray and Yellow. On top of that, the new version of the phone will be slimmer and it will be available in quarter two of this year at EUR49 or roughly, Rs 3,400.
HMD which has exclusive rights to create Nokia handsets has also launched the global version of the Nokia 6 smartphone. Apart from that, the company has also introduced the Nokia 3 and Nokia 5 Android 7.1 Nougat-based smartphones.
The new smartphones will come with built-in Google Assistant. The Nokia 6 starts at EUR229 (roughly Rs 16,100). Its special edition costs EUR299 (roughly Rs 21,000). The Nokia 5 will cost EUR189 (roughly Rs 13,300) while the Nokia 3 will be priced at EUR139 (roughly Rs 9,700). All the devices will be available in Q2 of this year.