The Nokia 3310 was made official at Mobile World Congress last month and the handset has been available to pre-order in the UK through the Carphone Warehouse.
It looks like the Nokia 3310 will end up being a popular mobile phone in the UK when it launches as the Carphone Warehouse have said that they have had “unprecedented level of demand for a feature phone”.
There has been an astonishing groundswell of interest in the Nokia 3310 following the launch announcement of this reimagined classic,” said Andrew Wilson, UK director of buying at Carphone Warehouse. “Levels of pre-registrations at Carphone Warehouse are incredibly strong, proving that it’s not all hype and that consumers really want to get their hands on one.
The Nokia 3310 does not even come with an Internet connection, the device features a 2.4 inch curved windows display and it has 16 GB of built in storage and a microSD card slot which supports up to 32GB cards.
It also comes with an FM radio and a new version of the classic Snake game that was available on the older version of the device.
Source The TelegraphFiled Under: Mobile Phone News