Nokia Power User website has spotted the device and reported the retail listings too. And Nokia's liaison with hundreds and thousands of retailers owing to its strong presence in the feature phones segment will be leveraged by HMD Global to register high volumes of sales.
Nokia is the brand which was founded in 1865 in Finland and also Nokia is one of the top brands that are much more familiar in India than its birthplace.More news: Boston's Matt Barnes ejected after pitch sails behind Manny Machado
Nokia has been in news for quite some time, thanks to the company's monumental decision of reviving its iconic phone Nokia 3310.
Since the announcement, all the Nokia fans are eagerly waiting for the 3310.More news: Russian relations 'may be at an all-time low'
First of all, nokia has confirmed that this device will be launched in India in the month of June and the price of this smartphone is becoming a big issue now as there are some humor that Nokia will increase the price of this upcoming model.
Though the name and company is the same, the entire brand has been refreshed with its new license owned by HMD Global, which is led by ex-Nokia executives and backed by Chinese electronics giant Foxconn. IndianExpress.com had earlier reported the Nokia 3310 could be coming to India in May 2017, and that more phones will be launched as well.More news: Edmonton Oilers fans making noise in San Jose
To recall, HMD Global, the brand responsible for manufacturing and selling Nokia branded phones brought the Nokia 3310 back from ashes of time with a "modern twist" at MWC 2017. Nokia, once a pioneer in mobile technology, had tried its hand with Microsoft to jump into the smartphone bandwagon but failed miserably. This S30+ operating system helps for web browsing in the 2.4-inch display screen. The battery life is said to be nearly 10 times more than the original one. It is available in four colour variants- yellow, orange, grey and black. The device will come packed with a removable 1200mAh battery, which has the ability to offer 22 hours of talk time and a colossal 30 days of standby time.