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Lowest price for the Nokia Asha 3310 (2017) in the Philippines is ₱ 2,678.00

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Specs of Nokia Asha 3310 (2017)

Display
Screen Size 2.4"
Pixel Density 167ppi
Display Resolution 240 x 320pixels
Camera
Rear Camera Resolution 2MP
Flash  Yes
Built-in Camera Yes
Memory
RAM 0.512GB
Internal Storage 16GB
Max Memory Expansion 32GB
Networking
Mobile Communication Standard 2G
SIM Card Micro-SIM
Battery
Talk Time 22h
Battery Capacity 1200mAh
Standby 744h
Features
FM Radio No
GPS No
Torch Light No
Ports & Interfaces
USB No
3.5mm Jack Yes
Launch
Release Year 2017
Design
Body Material Plastic
Weight 79.6g
Dimensions (W x H x D) 115.6 x 51 x 12.8mm

Reviews of Nokia Asha 3310 (2017)

newsrule.com
Reviewed on 2018-08-24
week-long battery, headphone jack, microSD card slot, removable battery, camera, flash/torch, Snake
tedious T9, expensive, no Spotify, not many apps, 2G-only, When you drop it down the toilet, this is what you'll have to do before sticking it in a bag of rice. Photograph: Samuel Gibbs for the Guardian, guardian.co.uk © Guardian News & Media Limited 2010...
The hype for Snake, T9 texts and sleek design has turned the 3310's relaunch into an event. But 2G connectivity and a rubbish camera bring you back to earthThis article titled “Nokia 3310 review: blast from the past, sore thumbs and all” was written by...
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fhm.com.ph
Reviewed on 2018-02-02
The new Nokia 3310, which was revealed in last year's Mobile World Congress, initially intended to capitalize on eager customers with nostalgia as its selling point. But apparently, the magic of the throwback device wasn't just a one hit wonder as improv...
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fhm.com.ph
Reviewed on 2018-02-01
The new Nokia 3310, which was revealed in last year's Mobile World Congress, initially intended to capitalize on eager customers with nostalgia as its selling point. But apparently, the magic of the throwback device wasn't just a one hit wonder as improv...
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fhm.com.ph
Reviewed on 2018-02-01
The new Nokia 3310, which was revealed in last year's Mobile World Congress, initially intended to capitalize on eager customers with nostalgia as its selling point. But apparently, the magic of the throwback device wasn't just a one hit wonder as improv...
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yugatech.com
Reviewed on 2017-07-17
Great build, Long-lasting battery life
about it, Snake by Gameloft is a bummer, 2.5G connectivity only, no WiFi, limited internal storage, disappointing camera, Limited codecs available for playback
HMD Global has released a new iteration to the classic Nokia 3310. It's may bear the name of the same old Nokia that we used to love, but it has a brand new flair that would you make you think twice about getting one. Is it more than just a nostalgia mach...
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techpinas.com
Reviewed on 2017-06-27
For my ABS-CBN News Channel Future Perfect guesting the other week, our friends from HMD Global Philippines and my good friend Mr. Karel Holub of argomall lent me units of the re-imagined 2017 version of the Nokia 3310 as well as one old Nokia 3310 from 2...
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pinoymetrogeek.com
Reviewed on 2017-02-27
Nokia 3310 brings the nostalgia back into today's highly competitive mobile phone market. The handset is the most loved in the time when smartphones are yet to conquer the world. Now, the new Nokia 3310 is here, and it has been a long time coming. The...
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topnewreview.com
Reviewed on 2018-04-02
Yes folks, we've finally got our hands on the year's most exciting phone! Trouble is, the year is 2000. The eagerly awaited homage to the 3310 isn't even made by Nokia, which sold off its mobile-phone business years ago, but another Finnish company, HMD...
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t3me.com
Reviewed on 2018-03-28
Expert reviews...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2017-11-14
Cute, Inexpensive, Helps cut down on distractions
Very limited network support, Lacks T9 predictive text input and emoji, Old Bluetooth, Doesn't support ringtones by caller
There are a lot of people who could do with stepping back from their perpetual smartphone obsessions. Many of us would like to dial back to a day when you actually had to pay attention to the world around you. And plenty of Americans agree. According to P...
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newatlas.com
Reviewed on 2017-11-13
The name "Nokia" packs plenty of nostalgia, and it's not hard to see why: the company's virtually-indestructible bricks were the first mobile phones many people owned. Now almost 20 years on, parent company HMD has rebooted one of the brand's most iconic...
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makeuseof.com
Reviewed on 2017-06-30
When Finnish mobile phone manufacturer Nokia released the 3310 model back in The Year 2000, even they were likely caught off guard by just how phenomenally popular it would go on to be. Between its release and eventual discontinuation in 2005, Nokia sold...
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channelpostmea.com
Reviewed on 2017-06-28
When you think of the brand Nokia, you almost find yourself walking down memory lane. Attach the digits 3310 to it, and it's nostalgia-fest! I got my hands on a brand new Nokia 3310 (2017) at the official launch event of Nokia's new phones a couple of wee...
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phonearena.com
Reviewed on 2017-06-19
Stable software, microSD slot
Cheapfeeling build, Extremely insufficient storage, Uncomfortable navigation buttons
The famed Nokia 3310 is back, and the hype around it is real. While some are eager to get their hands on this feature phone, others are skeptical that HMD will deliver on its promises of a better 3310. We here at PhoneArena don't have the habit of review...
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recombu.com
Reviewed on 2017-06-13
Nostalgia for the win, Great battery life, Now with microSD
No 3G, Why not buy a smartphone instead
We review the new Nokia 3310, a 2017 update of Nokia's classic feature phone with all-new OS and modern upgrades. Is the updated 3310 just a throwaway novelty, or a genuinely usable handset?Nokia is on a welcome resurgence in 2017 with the launch of the n...
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hitechcentury.com
Reviewed on 2017-06-07
Amazing battery life, tough build quality, low price,
No Wi-Fi nor 3G, not many apps,
When placed next to its 17-year plus old ancestor, the new 3310 is not only slimmer and lighter but has several marked improvements too; no surprise seeing the advancements in tech since its predecessor first rolled off the production line aeons ago in 20...
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91mobiles.com
Reviewed on 2017-06-07
It's 2017, and here I am writing about a feature phone – torn between the nostalgia it's evoking in me and the impracticality of using a dumb phone in this day and age. The original Nokia 3310 was the first phone I ever owned, and I remember I bought it i...
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engadget.com
Reviewed on 2017-05-24
Nostalgia's a funny thing. It makes us leave the house in the dead of night to imprison a wild Clefairy and scramble over each other to buy an NES Classic Edition decades after we sold our original consoles for a pittance at yard sales. Companies are alwa...
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arstechnica.com
Reviewed on 2017-05-24
Looks a bit like the old 3310, but thinner and lighter, Week-long battery life, Basic apps like Twitter and Facebook work surprisingly well, A headphone jack (and wireless support via Bluetooth)
Overpriced, 2G only, Atrocious camera, even by budget phone standards, Typing on a T9 keyboard
That the new HMD-made Nokia 3310 was the star of this year's Mobile World Congress says more about how dull smartphones have become than it does about the appeal of Nokia's chintzy slab of noughties nostalgia.Despite the retro appeal, the Nokia 3310 ( buy...
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whistleout.com.au
Reviewed on 2017-11-03
High quality build, Snappy performance, Long lasting battery
No third party messaging apps, Very broken web browser, T9 is terrible
Above all, the 3310 is phenomenal exercise in marketing and weaponised nostalgia. While you could call that cynicism, few would care about the new 3310 if it wasn't called the 3310. The 3310 3G is exactly what it promises to be: an ever-so-slightly more m...
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