Yesterday we updated you guys about Nokia’s (near) future plans that are going to blow you away with a thunder of nostalgia. After teaming up with HMD Global, Nokia seems to be taking some bold steps to get back its long-lost glory. The China-only Nokia 6 has been a hit in the country and has made big sale numbers within days of its launch. So pumped up with more confidence, Nokia is working on the N Series trademark and also on a new version of their mighty 3310 feature phone.
According to latest reports, after rolling out the mid-ranger Nokia 6, the smartphone maker is all set for the upcoming Mobile World Congress 2017 with new products – Nokia 5, Nokia 6 and a reworked version of the 3310. While the details on the specification of these three phones remain scarce, their prices have been leaked. The prices for the Nokia 5 and Nokia 3 are expected to be around Euro 199 (approx INR 15,000) and Euro 149 (approx INR 10,000) respectively.
Speaking of the 3310, this phone will likely be a feature phone that will be launched at a price of Euro 59 (approx INR 5,000). As mentioned earlier the specifications of these three upcoming Nokia phones are not known yet. The Nokia 5 will be positioned below the Nokia 6 and is expected to feature a 5.2 inch HD display, an 8MP main camera lens sourced from Carl Zeiss. More on offer would be 2GB RAM, 32GB internal storage, storage expansion support, Android OS v7.0 Nougat and much more.
The Nokia 3 will be a watered down version of the Nokia 5. The 3310 will be positioned it the feature phone bracket that will not boast a lot of features and heavy tech but will offer basic stuff and is expected to get a (super) sturdy construction.