The Nokia 3310 is back! At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the company that bought the Finnish brand launched a new €49 version of the old feature phone. HMD Global hopes buyers looking to cut back on screen time will take it for a spin.
Next week, tens of thousands of tech enthusiasts will flock to the annual Mobile World Congress in Barcelona to discover the latest gadgets and the companies behind them. Here's a sneak peek at what we can expect.
The Nokia 3310, once the world's most beloved phone, will be resurrected as a low-cost alternative in the smartphone-era. It will be sold by Finnish start-up HMD Global, which acquired the Nokia brand name in 2016.
Several major tech companies will be presenting their mobile phone novelties at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona in coming days. Let's have a preview of expected highlights.
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