Nokia 3310 PureView with a 41MP camera in Q2 2014
An upgraded Windows Phone version of the highly-successful mobile phone Nokia 3310 from 2000, will hit the market later in Q2/Q3 2014, offering a 41MP PureView camera, a modified Windows Phone 8 version and a dual-core 1.5GHz processor. There is a 3-inch capacitive touchscreen with a 1280 x 768 pixel resolution, soft-navigation keys, 32 GB inbuilt storage and 2 GB of RAM.
The new Nokia 3310 measures 113 x 48 x 22mm and weighs 133 grams, available in typical Lumia colors – yellow, blue, green and red, plus dark grey. Other specs include a microSD slot, 3G or LTE support (according to the market), and Microsoft’s exclusive software features such as OneDrive, Office, Outlook and more.
Of course, Nokia’s own camera apps comes pre-loaded with the new Nokia 3310 PureView, allowing you to take the best possible shots. In addition to all modern features, the 3310 PureView will offer four iconic games – Snake II, Space Impact, Pairs II and Bantumi. Nokia will reveal pricing and availability details in the coming weeks so stay tuned.