3 Reasons Why The New Nokia 3310 May Not Be Worth Your Money.

By Kachi Ojieh Tuesday, May 02, 2017
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We are all glad that Nokia is making a comeback into the smartphone market and a lot of people have been anticipating the arrival of their products.

HMD Global is prepared to dispatch the new Nokia 3310 smartphone into the United Kingdom markets after conveying Nokia 3310 notable icon to Germany and Austria.

Strangely, Nokia 3310 will be sold for £59.99 in the UK as listed on Clove, roughly translating to N23,678.65 in Nigerian currency although a miracle may happen for my Nigerian friends hoping that the price gets slashed. If you were a fan of the old Nokia 3310, the probability of buying the new Nokia 3310 is high.

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Nokia 3310

Here are 3 reasons why buying the modern Nokia 3310 may not be worth your money.

1. Connectivity

It comes as a surprise that during a period when the world is moving towards 5G networks, Nokia 3310 is offering just 2G network (I hope they know we are no more living in caves!).

In the event that you mean serious business and loves keeping in touch with friends and family using the internet, then this ought not to be your first choice as you will be frustrated by the day's end.

2. Internal storage

The phone features a 16MB internal storage with 32MB expandable memory. (Hello! we aren’t using Diskettes anymore and we don’t plan to do so).

If you are a selfie or wefie person, then you just got served as the new nokia 3310 don’t have enough storage for that kind of thing.

3. No GPS or Wi-Fi Functionality

The new Nokia 3310 has Bluetooth 3.0 and USB port 2.0, which means no GPS or Wi-Fi. Regardless of the possibility that we don't utilize mobile data, how do HMD Global and Nokia expect us to connect to the Internet or use map functionality? If I'm not mistaken, we were all living in the age of internet connectivity (high speed connectivity to be more precise!).

Verdict

In the event that you need to get the modern Nokia 3310 since it has that "old" look to it, then go ahead and do so. Be that as it may, if you are searching for a phone with basic functionality, Nokia 3310 may not be worth your money.

What’s your opinion on this? Over to you.
image
Photo credit: www.inuth.com

We are all glad that Nokia is making a comeback into the smartphone market and a lot of people have been anticipating the arrival of their products.

HMD Global is prepared to dispatch the new Nokia 3310 smartphone into the United Kingdom markets after conveying Nokia 3310 notable icon to Germany and Austria.

Strangely, Nokia 3310 will be sold for £59.99 in the UK as listed on Clove, roughly translating to N23,678.65 in Nigerian currency although a miracle may happen for my Nigerian friends hoping that the price gets slashed. If you were a fan of the old Nokia 3310, the probability of buying the new Nokia 3310 is high.

Nokia 3310 image
Nokia 3310

Here are 3 reasons why buying the modern Nokia 3310 may not be worth your money.

1. Connectivity

It comes as a surprise that during a period when the world is moving towards 5G networks, Nokia 3310 is offering just 2G network (I hope they know we are no more living in caves!).

In the event that you mean serious business and loves keeping in touch with friends and family using the internet, then this ought not to be your first choice as you will be frustrated by the day's end.

2. Internal storage

The phone features a 16MB internal storage with 32MB expandable memory. (Hello! we aren’t using Diskettes anymore and we don’t plan to do so).

If you are a selfie or wefie person, then you just got served as the new nokia 3310 don’t have enough storage for that kind of thing.

3. No GPS or Wi-Fi Functionality

The new Nokia 3310 has Bluetooth 3.0 and USB port 2.0, which means no GPS or Wi-Fi. Regardless of the possibility that we don't utilize mobile data, how do HMD Global and Nokia expect us to connect to the Internet or use map functionality? If I'm not mistaken, we were all living in the age of internet connectivity (high speed connectivity to be more precise!).

Verdict

In the event that you need to get the modern Nokia 3310 since it has that "old" look to it, then go ahead and do so. Be that as it may, if you are searching for a phone with basic functionality, Nokia 3310 may not be worth your money.

What’s your opinion on this? Over to you.
Kachi Ojieh
Kachi Ojieh

"Tech Is Before Anything Else since 2017". Kachi Ojieh is the CEO and Founder of Tech Is Bae. An enthusiastic blogger with the heart to unify all tech lovers across the globe. Currently working to make sure readers keep coming back for more.

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