Nokia's Iconic 3310 Might Return To MWC

The Nokia 3310 has proved to be the most iconic early generation cellphone and it is remembered even today. It is known for it’s unbelievable and nearly indestructive design and indefatigable battery life. So much so that the mobile has gained a cult following over the years. According to rumors it is set to make a comeback soon.

The news has come out from Evan Bass who is a notable phone leaker. According to that particular report, HMD Global a Finnish company which holds the rights to produce Nokia phones will be announcing a relaunch of the Nokia 3310 at MWC. The phone is said to be priced at 59 euros ($62.61).

Along with the 3310 reboot, Nokia will also be coming out with their range of Android phones in the Mobile World Congress. Uptill now Nokia 6 has been launched an android phone which is only available in China. According to the same report, Nokia will also announce Nokia 5 and Nokia 3 which will be two midrange smartphones from the company, priced at 199 euros and 149 euros respectively. But there is no offcial conformation for the Nokia 3310 reboot.