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Do you miss the days when phones were for calling people, batteries lasted more than four hours, and the only distraction available was playing Snake? Good news, luddites, because Nokia is bringing back their beloved 3310, the dumb phone to end all dumb phones. READ MORE »
This week’s Android Circuit includes the new Galaxy S8 Plus leaks, promoting Samsung’s reliability, new Nokia smartphones for MWC, LG’s focus on reliability, the Moto G5 and G5 Plus leaks, seamless internet sharing in Nougat, HTC’ VR play, and what happened to the Android OS alternatives.
Prepare to take a technological trip down memory lane with this enormous comprehensive chart of every Nokia dumbphone model starting 35 years ago. Extendable antennas, clamshells, you name it. (more…)
The Nokia 3310 may be making a comeback. A Finnish manufacturer is reportedly ready to unveil a new version of the legendarily resilient handset next week. According to Venturebeat’s Evan Blass, it’ll be one of four handsets launched by HMD Global Oy. Show More Summary
Are you trying to disconnect more? It might be time to go back to the early 2000s.
Nearly three years ago to the date, Nokia brought the world its first Android powered phones.
The Nokia 3310 – one of the most popular cell phones in the world just after the turn of the millennium – is having a surprising resurgence in popularity, amidst reliable rumors that Nokia will re-introduce a modernized version of the...Show More Summary
Known and loved for its resilience and sturdiness, and the game darling ‘Snake’ – the Nokia 3310 is all set to hit markets again, almost 17 years after its very first launch. Nokia is planning on re-launching the 3310 at Barcelona’s upcoming MWC conference, sources say. Show More Summary
BlackBerry has filed a lawsuit against Nokia for the use of its patents in products that are used on LTE networks. BlackBerry says Nokia is using 11 patents without proper licensing.
Also at issue are Nortel patents from the $4.5B "Rockstar Bidco" purchase.
How about 260 hours of standby battery? Respect.
Launched in 2000, the Nokia 3310 was a rugged little brick that won Internet fame for its durability. There are rumors, which HMD Global won't confirm, that the company is bringing the phone back.
It’s highly likely that the Nokia 3310 is set to make a spectacular comeback. According to a reputable source, a modern version of the classic phone will be unveiled before the end of the month. And it’s going to be cheap enough that you may want to buy one for purely nostalgic reasons. Show More Summary
BlackBerry suing Nokia is 2017 is a bit Rocky/Apollo Creed fight in Rocky III – two once mighty champions doing battle one more time, with a heck of lot fewer people looking on. Also, there are a couple of series reboots in the works. Show More Summary
The two legacy brands have been battling for customers -- now, they're battling in the court, too, according to Bloomberg.
The Nokia 3310, otherwise known as the brick for its tendency to not break, ever, is coming back. So says Evan Blass, one of the most reliable sources of phone leaks out there, in a piece for Venture Beat. The report suggests that the...Show More Summary
According to a recent leak, Nokia will be releasing a homage to the 17-year old classic Nokia 3310 mobile phone later this year (currently slated for the European market, other markets unknown). The 3310, first released in 2000, is best known as an indestructible brick with almost magical battery life. Show More Summary
On Valentine’s Day, Nokia decided to gift the world something far better than the corny heart-shaped chocolates, or card, or whatever it was that you bought your significant other as an unimaginative show of constipated affection. The fallen Finnish tech giant announced that it will be reissuing the legendary Nokia 3310, thus hosing everyone born […]