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Short Bytes: Nokia’s parent HMD Global is rumored to be bringing back iconic Nokia 3310 feature phone. The launch will take place on February 26 at Nokia’s event at Mobile World Congress. The smartphone maker is also expected to launch three other phones, which will be Android-powered, at the event. Nokia 3310 is expected to cost around $63.

Nokia 3310, the world’s most reliable phone that has inspired thousands of memes, is set to make a comeback later this month. If the reports are to be believed, this phone’s new incarnation will be revealed during this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.

Nokia 3310 launch date and price

VentureBeat’s Evan Bass reports that the new Nokia 3310 handset will be unveiled at the Nokia HMD event on February 26. It’ll cost around $63 (€59 or £49).

For those who aren’t familiar with Nokia 3310, the feature phone was first released in 2000 as a replacement of Nokia 3210. It went on to become one of the most successful Nokia phones.

Nokia 3310 is known for being its ‘indestructible’ body, Snake game, and mega battery life.

Apart from the iconic Nokia 3310, two new Nokia Android Nougat phones will also be launched. These phones will be Nokia 6 and Nokia 5. Another new device, i.e., Nokia 3, is also expected to make an appearance.

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