Nokia is going to increase the prices for upcoming Nokia 3310

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We recently reported that Nokia will be launching the Nokia 3310 in India in May followed by the Nokia Android smartphones including Nokia 3, 5 and 6. The report said that certain European countries like Norway, Austria, and the Czech Republic were listing the device at around the Euro 59 mark.

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HMD on the other hand doesn't acknowledge the existence of a 3G version of the Nokia 3310 and said that the 3310 remains a 2G phone. With most feature phones in India now priced below Rs 3,000, it is expected that the Nokia 3310 could be priced in the similar range to compete with others. It has a display size of 2.4-inch and will run on Nokia's proprietary S30+ operating system.

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It has a 2MP rear camera. According to Nokia's official description of the mobile phone, it is "a modern classic reimagined", that comes with a battery stand up time that could last up to a full month and features the iconic game Snake. The colors confirmed for the 3310 include blue, yellow, red, and gray. So today we are gonna talk about the reports and news we got for the Nokia 3310. Is may be possible that these price raise for the new Nokia 3310 will be because of the high tax imposed in the countries like Europe in which Nokia is going to start the sale for this device from next week. That being the case, in India the device will cost around Rs 3,916. Nokia which is owned by Finnish firm HMD Global has brought the brand back from the dead. Foxconn is the electronic manufacture firm which is used to produce Nokia units. However, the only concern here is the pricing which is a little bit higher at Euro 58 (approx.) than the price Euro 49 quoted by HMD Global at the launch in February. Finally, Nummela closed the discussion without setting the price exactly in India. However, as the rumours are proving to be true, new speculations about the feature phone shows that the device will probably hit the Indian shores by the month of June. Nokia made 300 service centers available to the users for their convenience.

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