You Can Now Buy This New Nokia Phone That Works Just Like The Iconic 3310
Do you remember the Nokia 3310? With its curved sides, inbuilt aerial, and lack of expensive glass or materials, it was near indestructible.
The 3310 is the sort of phone that sparks nostalgic debate whenever it’s mentioned.
While the model has been discontinued, Nokia - which has undergone a change in management and it's now with HMD Global - has released a new phone that feels pretty much like the 3310 and it's now available for purchase in Malaysia!
Yes, the Nokia 150 might not be a smartphone, but it's still packed with some pretty nifty features!
The Nokia 150 has a design that’s reminiscent of a classic Nokia phone, runs Nokia Series 30+ software, and features a 1,020 mAh battery that should be good for up to 22 hours of talk time or up to a month of standby time.
It is available in Single SIM and Dual SIM versions and comes equipped with keypad controls, a 2.4-inch screen, Bluetooth 3.0, as well as a built-in FM radio and MP3 player.
Did we mention that the phones will come pre-loaded with the classic 'Snake' game?
Featuring hard-wearing polycarbonate shells and scratch-resistant colour, the Nokia 150 phones are equipped with a camera that allows users to capture their special moments and share them with friends and family through Bluetooth
The phones charge with a standard micro-USB charger and come with a LED torchlight.
Avaxx Corporation, an authorised Nokia dealer, has announced on it's Facebook page that the device is now available for purchase at a very affordable price of RM159
The Nokia 150 will come in a choice of white or black. While Avaxx Corporation didn't state where the phone will be sold at, we're assuming most electronic shops have stocked them since the post suggest that it can be obtained immediately locally.
For more information, head over to Avaxx's Facebook page.