Nokia 3210 (2024) Completely Revealed By Retailer


HMD is keen on bringing the iconic Nokia feature phones from the past. Earlier in March, the company officially teased an iconic phone relaunching in May. Thanks to leaks and rumors, we discovered that the phone is the Nokia 3210. It is getting revived by the company with a modern redesign, and some new features. Before the phone gets officially launched, a retailer has spilled the beans on the phone, revealing its design, two color options, pricing, and availability details.

The news comes from the Finnish retailer Gigantti (via NokiaMob) who has fully revealed the Nokia 3210 (2024) phone. Thanks to the retailer, we now know how the phones look in the yellow and blue color options.

Nokia 3210 (2024)

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The Nokia 3210 (2024) keeps the signature shape of the original Nokia 3210. However, there have been some tweaks. It resembles the Nokia 6310 to some extent. There seem to be some modern elements such as the camera on the rear, a bigger display, and slightly changed buttons. If HMD kept it all original, it would have been a much better approach. Nevertheless, the yellow and blue color options are visually striking.

Apart from the design, we also get the pricing and availability information from the retailer.  The phone will be announced on May 8th. The phone will launch in Finland on May 15th with a price tag of 89€ roughly translating to $96.

Nokia 3210 (2024) Specifications & Features

The device features a 2.4-inch LCD IPS display with a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels. It is powered by a Unisoc T107 processor with storage options of either 64GB or 128GB internal memory, expandable up to 32GB via microSD. The phone includes a 2 MP camera on the rear side.

Connectivity-wise, Nokia 3210 (2024) offers Nano-SIM, Bluetooth 5.0, and USB-C. Additionally, it boasts a 3.5mm jack and 4G network support. The device runs on the Nokia series 30+ operating system and has a removable 1450 mAh Li-Ion battery.

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