Carphone Warehouse and Clove are set to launch the Nokia 3310 in the UK, but it seem the popular handset will also make its way on to the local carriers in the country as well.
Not too long ago, Vodafone and EE in the United Kingdom said they will offer the Nokia 3310 feature phone to its customers.
Unfortunately, the carriers failed to give out an exact availability date, except the vague “coming soon” tag line. As for O2 and Three, they don’t have any plans to offer the handset in the country. As for the pricing, the handset is expected to cost around €49 in the Eurozone so we can expect it to cost £39.99-44.99 in the UK.
The handset comes with a 2.4-inch display, 16MB of RAM, 2MP camera, as well as a 1200 mAh battery. Its predecessor had a pretty good run when it launched years back, and we’re hoping the new Nokia 3310 will carry on the legacy despite being a low-end feature phone.