HMD Global may bring back refreshed variant of Nokia 3650 – Eagles Vine

NEW DELHI: HMD Global, the company which holds the license to manufacture Nokia branded smartphones, is set to revive another iconic Nokia phone. The company already brought back various classic Nokia phones such as 3310, 8110 4G and the 6300 4G.
Now a new report by a Russian website reveals that the company might soon bring back the Nokia 3650 phone. The report adds that the company might launch the phone later this year.
The Nokia 3650 was launched in the year 2003 and it created a lot of controversy due to its design. The phone featured a candy bar design and it replaced the iconic T9 keypad layout with a circular keypad. The report does not suggest that HMD Global will go with a similar design or will tweak it.
To recall the Nokia 3650 featured a 2.1-inch TFT display with 176×208 pixel resolution. The smartphone came with a single lens VGA rear camera and was backed by an 850mAH battery.
Recently, HMD Global teased the launch of its latest budget smartphone in India. The company took to Twitter to reveal that it will soon launch the Nokia 3.4 smartphone in the country. The company has not yet revealed any launch date, but the smartphone is expected to launch later this month.
The Nokia 3.4 is expected to be a budget smartphone so it might be priced under Rs 15,000. The smartphone is powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 460 processor paired with 3GB RAM. The smartphone comes in two storage options — 32GB and 64GB. Users can further expand the storage by adding a microSD card. The Nokia 3.4 is backed by a 4000 mAh battery.

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