Nokia getting up from sure shot oblivion has placed their bet on what was their most successful Model.
Robust Nokia 3310, was the most widely used feature phone globally during 2000-05. The estimated sale was at 126 million units globally when there were only a few countries with mobile networks.
HMD Global, Finnish mobile firm will start selling the new version of the iconic Nokia 3310 handset for Rs 3,310 in India from May 18.
“The Nokia 3310 will be available across top mobile stores in India starting May 18, 2017… will retail at a recommended best buy price of Rs 3,310,” HMD Global said in a statement.
The new Nokia 3310 is a dual SIM [...]
Samsung is set to launch a new rugged style candy-bar design GSM mobile phone, the GT-B2700, which has been certified to be resistant to dust and water.
The phone measures 115 x 52 x 18mm and sadly doesn’t support video calling or second camera, however the rugged appearance may attract a lot of butterfingered customers.
The GT-B2700 offers, quad-band GSM/GPRS+EDGE radio, 1.9 inch 176 x 220 pixel screen, Bluetooth 2.0, FM radio and RDS, music player, in-built altimeter and compass, 30MB of internal memory, the good old microSD slot, and a 1300 mAh battery.
With connectivity in mind, the B2700 will support EDGE / GPRS and WAP and Bluetooth v2.0. [...]
These are few of Nokia’s new handsets that we could expect to see some time soon. They all seem like high-end editions with plenty of features to offer from the rumored i-Killer, the touch screen enabled Tube, to new dual sliders with 5MP cameras.
The list includes –
Lighter than its bulky looks, and great feel; Great reception and voice clarity: The speakers are really loud; Large, comfortable keys make messaging a delight; Good display; Very good video capture; Nokia’s customisable and feature rich S40 operating system puts the phone ahead of its competition; good battery life.
Cons Bad still-image photo quality; Although it’s 3G, the browser isn’t very good; Sound quality for MP3s is not that great, although the volume is tremendous; What it gains in the Nokia OS, it loses in the bundled software for connecting to the PC — bulky and very difficult to use.
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