Nokia 3310 Next week in Europe

Η announced that the new Nokia will hit the shelves in the second quarter of this year. Indeed, it seems at least from the devices will be available next week in Europe. The modern Nokia 3310 will initially be released on April 28 in Germany and Austria.

The modern version of Nokia 3310 is already listed by many retailers in Austria with a price of € 59 and will be launched next Friday 28 April. Some retailers offer the phone at the slightly lower price of € 53.Nokia 3310

However, the price is still higher than the suggested retail price that HMD Global announced as of now of the Nokia 3310 will be sold for €49. In Germany, it will be available for €58 and many retailers will have the phone ready by April 28.

At present, however, only the 2G model is available. Different tax rates in European countries could not explain the higher price compared to the recommended HMD Global price.

The new Nokia 3310 will not cost more than 60 euros and will be released on April 28 in various European countries. HMD Global has said it plans to launch the new Nokia 3, 5, 6 and 3310 simultaneously in 120 markets around the world, so the April 28 date could be the catalyst. Of course there may be some a few days depending on the market.

The modern Nokia 3310 stole the show during its presentation at the MWC, with its slightly altered design and long battery life making it suitable for a second phone.

The phone is slightly lighter and thinner than its predecessor and features a 2,4-inch QVGA display with 16MB of internal memory. It also has 2MP with LED flash and 1200mAh battery. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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