Nokia has released a product that reminds you of the good old days. It’s not a smartphone; just a simple classic mobile device. Yes! Nokia 3310 is officially launched in Nepal. This phone rocked the international market back in the days and now it has made a comeback.
Paramount Electronics Pvt. Ltd, the authorized distributor of Nokia in Nepal has officially launched the classic Nokia 3310 for the price tag of Rs. 5,250. It is the remodeled version of the old Nokia 3310. The unbreakable phone or as I would like to call it ‘the beast’ in terms of durability and endurance, the old Nokia 3310 was a successful seller in the international market and the new Nokia 3310 is already trending across the world.
The new retro phone runs on Nokia Series 30+ and comes with a 2.4 inch TFT display. It has a resolution of 240 x 320 (~167 PPI pixel density). The phone has an internal built-in memory of 16MB and a storage capacity up to 32GB via MicroSD slot. Talking about the camera, the phone features a main camera of 2MP with a LED flash and there is no secondary camera in this phone, Quite Classy. Backing up the phone is 12oomAH of a removable Li-ion battery which as heard can backup the phone up to 744 hours which is 31 days on a standby.
Connectivity wise, this phone features Bluetooth 3.0 functionality and microUSB 2.0 while other features as Wi-Fi and GPS is unavailable. The phone looks classy while being available in different colors.
Nokia 3310 Key Specifications
- Display – 2.4 inches TFT display
- Resolution – 240 x 320 (~167 PPI Pixel Density)
- Manufacturer – FIH mobile( Foxconn)
- Platform – Nokia Series 30+
- Memory – 16MB built-in internal memory, storage expandable up to 32GB via micro sd
- Camera – 2MP with a LED flash
- Battery – Removable Lithium-ion 1200 mAh battery
- Connectivity – Bluetooth 3.0, microUSB 2.0
Nokia 3310 Price in Nepal: Rs. 5,250
The new Nokia 3310 is not a smartphone but it brings a smile to everyone’s face whenever we have a chance to just see and touch it. This phone was undoubtedly first mobile phone for many people back then and the retro classic phone has again made it’s way to the market and also is available in Nepal for Rs. 5,250. Priced at such an affordable line, everybody can buy this phone with no hesitation.
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