This version of the Nokia 3310 (2017) has been discontinued.
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Nokia 3310 SIM Free / UK
Redesigned and rebranded for the 2017 market, Nokia is back once again with affordable and simple smartphones, now manufactured by HMD Global.
SIM Free / Unlocked UK Stock
The Nokia 3310, from Clove Technology, will be provided SIM Free and ready to work on all compatible UK and European networks.
The phone uses a STANDARD (~inch long) SIM card (Mini-SIM).
Colour and memory variants
The Nokia 3310 is being manufactured in Warm Red (gloss), Dark Blue (matt), Yellow (gloss) and Grey (matt).
Nokia 3310 has 16 MB onboard storage for contacts and messages. Micro SD cards up to 32GB (sold separately) are supported for additional storage of media (music, images, video etc.)
Availability of colour options may depend on global sales region.
Reasons to buy the Nokia 3310
- Nokia Series 30+ OS
- 2.4" QVGA colour screen
- 16 MB internal storage with support for 32GB MicroSD cards
- 2 MP primary camera with LED flash
- 2G GSM network only (900 / 1800 MHz)
- 3.5mm audio jack / FM Radio / MP3 player
- Bluetooth 3.0 with SLAM sharing
- Micro USB (2.0) connector
- Removable 1,200 mAh battery
- 115.6 x 51 x 12.8 mm
- Available in 4 colours
- SIM Free Nokia 3310
- Nokia Micro USB Charger
- WH-108 Headset
- Quick guide
A legend returns! The original Nokia 3310 was launched 17 years ago, at a time when 'smartphones' didn't even exist. Clove Technology did though. We didn't really sell phones back then, but we were happily providing PDAs and other niche technology to business customers.
That said I expect some of the staff then may have had a 3310 in their pockets. I know some of the current staff had them at school!
The first Nokia 3310 is a shining example of a simpler time in consumer technology. Week-long battery life, monochrome screens, and polyphonic ringtones (who could forget Bombfunk MC's Freestyler...?).
2000's 3310 did everything you could possibly want and would survive a drop or two down the stairs as well.
With this redesign, Nokia is catching a wave of fashionable nostalgia among millennials. If you want to decouple your online life from day-to-day activity, returning to a simpler handset may be helpful.
Aside from the colour screen and slimmer construction, this is as close to a basic feature phone as you can get.
The phone runs a proprietary Nokia Series 30+ operating system. Cellular connection is 2G GSM only (voice and text), with only EDGE connectivity for bare bones browsing. You can make calls, store contacts and send SMS / MMS.
A basic calendar, calculator and other simple organisation tools are available, but aside from that no special productivity apps or stores. No Facebook. No Twitter. No Instagram. No Snapchat. Not even email.
As for media, there is a basic 2-megapixel fixed-focus camera. With a steady hand you can still take and send a decent full-colour image but it may not be profile picture worthy. Then again, would you care?
The internal storage is only designed for holding contacts and messages. You can expand this with, up to, 32GB micro SD cards if you want to store several images or music. There is a built-in MP3 player should you spend the time ripping tracks to copy across. An FM radio is also built-in too.
2017's Nokia 3310 is available in 4 colour options. Oh, and you can play a modern version of Snake too!