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HMD Global Are Looking To Bring Back Nokia N-series Along With A New Nokia 3310

Seeing as organizations and phone companies are bringing back old phones and adding a swag to them while they are at it, i won’t be surprised if they decide to go full-time into resurrecting old phones. There was a time when i used Nokia 3310 though, a very very strong phone, don’t you agree?

HMD Global-promoted Nokia may soon see a new N-series launched in the market with China being the first country to get the phone. The old Nokia 3310, which enjoyed huge success in India, might also make a comeback in a new avatar with improved technology.

Reports show that a trademark application for Nokia’s N-series has been spotted at China’s patent office. This means that the N-series is practically just around the corner and we may see the first of the series at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona.


Another report also hints that HMD will bring back an improved or somewhat a successor to the Nokia 3310 feature phone but no further details has emerged.


I could remember when i used this phone like it was yesterday. The phone Nokia N95 was one of the best devices released by Nokia before the smartphone age. It had a sliding design which could be opened in two ways: the classic vertical mode like every other sliding phone and a landscape mode with multimedia keys to watch movies, videos and listen to music.


My fingers are still crossed, what do you think, Is this really a good idea?

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