Hmd Global’s partnership is reportedly rolling up its sleeves to resurrect the Nokia 3650 saga. Let’s see how the popular phone of the 2000s will compete.
Launched in 2003 with its quirky design and ambitious features, the Nokia 3650 smartphone model moved the stones. HMD Global, owner of the Nokia brand, is working to bring the myth back to life.
The Nokia 3650, which has an egg-like shape, featured a 2.1-inch TFT LCD display with a resolution of 176×208 pixels. The placement of the keys forced it at first, but then your hand got used to it. The rear featured a VGA camera and an 850mAh battery. The Symbian operating system offered a basic smartphone experience.
HMD Global, which has re-launched many legendary phones with modern touches in the past years, has rolled up its sleeves for the Nokia 3650 this time. Later in the year, the Nokia 3650 will begin its second adventure on the market.
It is not yet known what the modern Nokia 3650 will offer, but sources expect a concept based on the KaiOS operating system that is more close to the standard phone segment. With a better camera and bigger screen, the Nokia 3310 can take its place alongside the Nokia 8110 4G and Nokia 6300 4G models.