Nokia, recently, announced plans to revive the popular symbian Nseries and continue its line with an android version – the N95. The phone, which use the Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 series chip and which we hope will be the SD 652 would likely be launched along with other new Nokia releases at the MWC 2017in Barcelona.
Now, it is these “other new Nokia releases” that is the crux of the matter this time and according to the rumors I’ve heard, HMD might relaunch the iconic Nokia 3310 (Expected to cost around €59).
I hope we all can remember how loyal the Nokia 3310 was during its prime days. Was it about the durability? It was superb. How about the games on the phone? We enjoyed it. Now, let’s talk about the battery, you wouldn’t get any other else where – I’m very much proud of the Nokia 3310 even long after its existence.
In my honest opinion, what I see HMD global doing presently is trying to bring back Nokia’s loyal customers back to the brand. These customers that acknowledge that these Nokia phones served me extremely well during its days would surely want to give it a try as soon as it is revived. I see more people trooping over to Nokia.
Well, Based on a new report from VentureBeat, HMD plans to announce 3 brand new handsets at the MWC event — two Android smartphones, and a feature phone. The upcoming smartphones are codenamed Nokia 5 (features a 5.2-inch 720p display, 2GB of RAM, and a 12MP rear camera) and a Nokia 3 (An entry-level offering that will reportedly cost about €149).
Also part of the above would include the reawakening of the souls of the already dead Nokia symbian phone series – Nseries. This might give birth to a new android phone – the N95.
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As a matter of fact, we can only keep our fingers crossed and see how receptable Nokia products and devices would be in this new smartphone market. But then, as much as some people might not want to give them everything, the advent of Nokia 6 has changed my perception and view.
But again, we do have to admit once again that NOKIA IS THE KING OF COMEBACKS.