Over the course of the past couple of years, HMD Global has been launching refreshed variants of iconic Nokia mobile phones. Now, the company might be launching a new device, with a new report pointing at the Nokia 3650 being the latest one to get a reboot.
According to a GSMArenamobile phone. For those unaware, the device was launched back in 2003, and was a part of the vendor’s Symbian Series 60 powered Candybar devices. It featured a unique circular keyboard layout, which, back then, set it apart from almost every other mobile phone at the time. In other words, the handset was easily recognizable but it remains to be seen if HMD brings back its iconic design in the new reboot or would the firm launch it with some tweaks.
Talking about the old model’s specifications, the device features a 2.1 inch display that had a resolution of 176×208 pixels. On the rear, a single rear VGA camera can be found, while the phone was powered by an 850mAh battery pack. Although we don’t know when the company would launch the device, we can expect HMD to launch it with improvements.
One of the improvements could have the handset arrive with the KaiOS interface. Similarly, an improved keyboard and a larger display could also be offered by the company. Unfortunately, this is just speculation at this point and we will have to wait for an official company announcement to know for sure. So stay tuned for more, as we will be providing more updates when additional information is available.
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