New Nokia manufacturer plans throwback homage to classic 3310, says report

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Four new Nokia phones will be unveiled at industry conference Mobile World Congress, VentureBeat reported, citing a source briefed on the company's plans. One of them will be a revamped version of Nokia's iconic phone, the 3310, which was originally released in 2000. The new version is expected to cost 59 euros (U.S. $62.32).

Nokia handset manufacturer HMD Global Oy is expected to announce the Nokia 5 and Nokia 3, two lower-priced models, the source told VentureBeat. In January, the Finland-based manufacturer launched the Nokia 6 in China, but has not released it in other markets.

The Nokia 3 is expected to retail at 149 euros (U.S. $157.40), VentureBeat reported. The tech media company said the Nokia 5 and the Nokia 6 will go for 199 euros (U.S. $210.21) and 249 euros (U.S. $263.03), respectively.

The conference will take place in Barcelona from Feb. 26 to Mar. 2.

Read the full report on VentureBeat.