It's not a case of deja-vu, but a new product you can go bananas over in a most retro way, but with modern 4G speeds Keanu could only have dreamed of.
HMD has finally launched its incredibly well received Nokia 3310 handset with 3G, and did so first on a global basis in Sydney, Australia, where 2G networks no longer exist.
Iconic Nokia has made its comeback with a candy bar, candy coloured feature phone with buttons! Not at all what market watchers expected.
Nokia’s Symbian-based smartphones from the last decade are seen as today’s "feature phones",’ and it’s a business Microsoft is selling to Foxconn and HMD Global.
Selling 120 million phones annually from two dedicated factories, Alcatel OneTouch is No.4 in Aussie phone sales through great quality at affordable prices.
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