New Nokia 3310 makes entry to Nigerian market

In February 2017, HMD Global made headlines globally when it unveiled a revamped version of the classic Nokia 3310 which was about the best-selling mobile phones of all time, at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

Nokia 3310 was definitely a favourite in Nigeria, and today, the new model is available in the country according to HMD Global.

HMD Global are the new trademark owners and manufacturers of the Nokia brand, having bought Microsoft Mobile’s feature phone business and the rights to the brand until 2024 through a licensing agreement with Nokia.

HMD is made up of veteran Nokia staff and is headed by CEO, Arto Nummela, who previously spent 17 years at Nokia.

The manufacturer’s say that estimated retail price of the Nokia 3310 is N18,000. The warranty is standard 12 months and after sales service partner in Nigeria is Raya.

The device is available at various retail outlets including Slot, Spectrum, Finet among others.

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