Nokia 3310 to be re-launched at the MWC 2017 in Barcelona.
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Nokia struggled to bring its brand into the smartphone era ending up being sold to Microsoft and all its phones made under the Nokia brand now sold by HMD Global, a Finnish company that bought the rights to the name.

On the other hand, according to famous known device leaker, Evan Blass, the Finnish based telecom firm, Nokia Corp. is said to re-launch its ‘Nokia 3310’ feature phone, dubbed as the most indestructible or perhaps the best-loved and feature phone in history, at Mobile World Congress which is scheduled later this month.

Originally released 17 years ago, the new appearance of the old 3310 will be sold for just $63 (roughly 226,000 UGX), and so likely be pitched as a reliable second phone to people who remember it the first time around.

Amazon listing’s point out a few range of the old 3310 features/specs, including a clock, calculator, reminders, and games: Snake II (Snake as the most played game of the phone, was also made available for iPhone, Android and Windows phone users to download and enjoy), Pairs II, Space Impact, and Bantumi.

Its collection of features has led to it being branded as perhaps the most resilient and long-lasting phone ever made.