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We have seen a lot of red-colored smartphones being announced as part of Valentine’s Day sale last week. Now, HMD Global is also joining the trend with its own red color mobile device. But, the Finnish company is not announcing a red color smartphone. Instead, the focus is on Nokia 3310 in warm red color paint. Also Read - Tech News Today: Oppo Reno 6 series launched, Poco F3 GT specs, new Nokia phone launch
To recall, the Nokia 3310 was resurrected at MWC 2017. The feature phone sports the iconic rounded edge design and a color display that makes it look modern against the original Nokia 3310. It sports a 2.4-inch curved polarized display for better readability under direct sunlight.
There is 16MB storage plus option to expand memory capacity by up to 32GB via microSD card slot. The feature phone supports only 2G connectivity for calling and texting and includes those push button and four-way navigation buttons iconic to Nokia classic phones.
It has a 2-megapixel camera at the back in case you plan to take photographs and has a headphone jack for listening to FM Radio. The feature phone runs Symbian 30 platform, and comes with a new Snake game. The Nokia 3110 is available as a dual-SIM variant and has a battery rated for 22 hours of talk time.
The Nokia 3310 is available in yellow, grey, dark blue and warm red color options. However, the warm red color is the one to get for this Valentine’s Day. The feature phone is priced at Rs 3,310, and it will serve as one of the easiest ways to unwind yourself from the buzz of connected lifestyle. The Nokia 3310 feature phone comes bundled with a microUSB charger and Nokia WH-108 headset.