The Nokia 3310 is coming. Seriously.

You ever thought of a Nokia android? Well they’ve been around since the Nokia X days(Although they were really bad. And I mean REALLY BAD). Since Nokia was taken by Microsoft, we’ve never gotten a droid ever since.(Except for the aforementioned Nokia X.) And after HMD Global Oy got rights to the Nokia brand, we’d been promised some Nokia droids. Well guess what? Nokia is rumored to launch not just one, but three droids at MWC 2017:

The 5.5 inch Nokia 6, which launched in 2016 as a flagship available only in China, is coming to the international market. 1080p, Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 SoC, 4GB RAM and a 16 megapickle shooter.

A rumored midranger, the Nokia 5 with a 5.5 inch 720p display, half the RAM and a 12 megapickle shooter is also coming, and will cost at least €50 cheaper, according to VentureBeat:

The Nokia 5, for instance, is rumored to maintain its larger sibling’s chipset, but reduce the display to 5.2 inches at 720p, halve the RAM to 2GB, and decrease the main image sensor to 12 megapixels. That will translate into a €50 difference between the two models, with Nokia 6 retailing for €249 and Nokia 5 for €199, according to the briefed individual. (One euro [€] = 1.06 dollars [$]. )

And finally, a low priced entry level, the Nokia 3 will retail at around €150.

But you’re not here for them. No, you’re here for the KotH durable phone that’ll even withstand the zombie apocalypse and nuclear winter. Ye, there’s a phone for everyone. hmd. is rumored to announce a spiritual successor to the Nokia 3310. A sorts of a modern day blackberry(because TCL took that dream away lul). At just €59, this reincarnation seems to be enough to win over a few nostalgic former owners.

HMD is holding it’s event at Barcelona on February 26. Apparently it wants to target Europe as it’s audience, while there’s no clue about whether these phones would be available elsewhere.

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