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Without so much as a heads-up, a Nokia 3310 4G version has surfaced on the company's official Chinese website, unfortunately lacking pricing information.
The brand licensee, HMD Global, was able to make the bulk of those shipments in the summer quarter after a weak start earlier in the year.
The iPhone 8 and iPhone X have been by far the most popular consumer tech devices in 2017 Google searches, ahead of the Nintendo Switch and Galaxy S8.
HMD Global could unveil as many as three Nokia smartphones in January 2018, including a refreshed Nokia 6, plus a 4G-enabled 3310 "dumb" handset.
Future-proofed and compatible with modern cellular networks, the Nokia 3310 3G is priced at $59.99 stateside, £60 in the UK, and €70 in Germany.
Initially limited to ancient 2G connectivity, the 2017 "reimagining" of the Nokia 3310 classic is finally getting 3G speeds in unspecified markets.
That little revival of a phone is coming in with support for 3G networks in the United States — you know, since 2G is about as live as a dead horse.
You don't have to pay a small fortune to procure a nice little phone that won't snap like a twig under pressure. Case in point, the 2017 Nokia 3310.
In celebration of the meeting between the US and Russian presidents at the G-20 summit in Hamburg, Germany, a company decided to plate a Nokia 3310 in gold.
HMD's highly anticipated Nokia-branded Android smartphones are all coming to the UK by mid-August, priced between £120 and £220.
Priced at the rough local equivalent of $50, the "modern" 2017 edition of the Nokia 3310 feature phone goes on sale on Thursday, May 18.
It's finally official and set in stone - that reimagined, nostalgia-inducing Nokia 3310 is starting its European rollout on May 24 in the UK.
The UK-based mobile tech outlet expects most of these phones to land sometime in June. The famed 3310 rebirth is coming in more expensive than expected.
It's supposed to be a dinky little 2G phone that serves as a nifty nostalgia grab for many. But it was marketed with an MSRP of €49.
2017 is shaping up to be the year of nostalgia with companies like Nokia, LG, and TCL all tugging on heartstrings of the past.
We extend our commentary on those devices, the HTC U Ultra, the Huawei Watch 2 and the LG Watch Sport for well over an hour on our podcast this week.
The UK-based SIM-free phone retailer also expects stock of the Nokia 3 and Nokia 5 smartphones to come in that month. The Nokia 6 awaits in June.
The UK phone retailer has found amazing numbers for a phone that's better suited for 1997 rather than 2017. Analysts are worried about a flash in the pan.
The Nokia 3310 was not MWC. It was nowhere near the story of MWC. Huawei, LG, BlackBerry and Samsung led in Barcelona and we've got the in-betweens, too.
We lost sight of smartphones for a while there in the glow of the Nokia 3310. But what's the big deal? It's a feature phone, people. Can we move on please?
Who'd have thunk it? A "modern" reimagining of the ancient Nokia 3310 feature phone drew the MWC 2017 crowds, looking pretty good in our hands-on preview.
Eager to play the new Snake game on the 2017 Nokia 3310 revision stateside? It sounds like you'll have to wait for modern cellular support.
The iconic Nokia 3310 is brought back from the dead by HMD Global, featuring a spanking new design, lengthy battery life and Snake game pre-installation.