Revamped Nokia 3310 to return to Singapore in October; priced below $100

Thursday, Sep 28, 2017

After a three-year hiatus, Nokia mobile phones are officially returning to target Singapore consumers.

The first of them is the revamped version of the classic Nokia 3310. The talk-and-text-centric phone from the year 2000 will be on sale here in October, and will work on Singapore telcos' 3G networks.

The Straits Times understands the handset will go for less than $100 at all major retail outlets here, making Singapore one of the first in the world to sell this 3G-compatible "dumb" phone.

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