Nokia 3310 is back with a ban

Web Desk) – Nokia3310isback trending on Pakistan Twitter trends for two consecutive days just exactly shows how deep the cult handset had penetrated sections of Pakistani society over a decade ago after its releas.

A revamped Nokia 3310 was finally launched in Pakistan on June 16 at a retail price of Rs 6,490, according to a press release of HMD Global.

The handset is a remodeled version of its predecessor around 126 million units of which were sold worldwide after its release in 2000.

Known for its durability and virtually undying battery life, Nokia 3310 is set to rekindle people’s battery time expectations with around a month of stand-by and 22 hours of talk-time claims.

The newly launched phone is available in warm red, yellow, grey and dark blue however, red and yellow have gloss finish while blue and grey support matte finish.

The mobile phone has variants with dual Sims and 32GB of extendable storage space.

HMD Global had earlier announced in February to launch the phone in Pakistan owing to excitement among ex-Nokia customers.