Phones of Mobile World Congress 2017

Some of the biggest phones of 2017 were launched at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.  The nostalgic favourite was the Nokia 3310, a replica of the 2000 model produced by the new licensee of the Nokia feature phone brand, HMD Global, a Finnish company made up of many former Nokia staff wanting to see the brand great again. Here are five of the top phones released at the event.

The Nokia 6 is part of the emerging story of HMD Global, a young company that includes enthusiastic ex-Nokia staff who want to restore the brand to its former glory days. Founded nine months ago, HMD Global and FIH Mobile (a subsidiary of phone-maker Foxconn) ­acquired the rights held by Microsoft Mobile’s feature phone business to sell Nokia-branded phones and tablets until 2024. One of its four new phones is a retro version of the Nokia 3310, but it only works in 2G markets, not Australia. The others are no-nonsense Android phones. Nokia 6 has a metal frame, 5.5-inch full HD display, Dolby Atmos sound, a 16MP camera and Google’s latest Android operating system, Nougat.

Nokia's new phone "Nokia 6" after its presentation in Barcelona.







Nokia's new phone "Nokia 6" after its presentation in Barcelona.


News source:01 March 2017 form The