Nokia 3310 is Now a Smartphone with Window 8

Nokia 3310 is Now a Smartphone with Window 8

The Nokia 3310 was the most famous and the most successful handset ever from Nokia and was born in 1998. Over 125 million phones of this model were sold by the company.

Now Nokia has decided to re-production of Nokia 3310. It will reveal a whole new device with a 3 inch display panel. The inside might be more different than before due to a number of variations made to its internal circuitry. It have a great look.

The new Nokia 3310 will appear as more of a smartphone due to the fact that it will feature a dual-core chipset clocked at 1,5 GHz, a RAM of 2GB and built-in memory of 32GB. The design and shape of the phone is identical to its ancestor, the original 3310.

Users must be overwhelmed to see a high-profile massive PureVeiw camera of 41MP with the addition of Carl Zeiss lens and Xenon flash. The phone will run on a personalized Windows 8 version to be compatible with the 3 inch ‘ClearDiamond’ display panel. It is also capable of Optical Image Stabilization.

A plethora of exciting apps like LiveTiles, MS Office, Xbox Games, and Outlook adds credibility to the smartphone.

The genuine ringtones of Nokia 3310, which used to be its trademark, are pre-installed on the phone. The battery might be under-performer but a 1430 mAh battery could be ample for this phone.

The company is planning to release this super-hit phone in a number of colors like red, blue, yellow, green and metallic dark blue.

Nokia 3310 will be capable of connecting with the next generation technologies like 3G. Apart from this, the company will unveil another variant which will be able to connect with LTE networks, but it will hit the market shelves at the end of 2014. The price of this masterpiece is not yet disclosed by the company.