HMD Hints at Reviving Nokia 3210 with Nokia 225 4G (2024) Launch!

HMD reportedly teases the return of Nokia 3210 alongside Nokia 225 4G (2024) launch


  • HMD has teased the return of the Nokia 3210 in 2024 with a fresh design.
  • The design of the new Nokia 3210 bears a closer resemblance to the Nokia 6310 from 2021.
  • Expectations include improved battery life and updated connectivity specifications for the new Nokia 3210.

HMD Global has introduced new phones in Kenya, including their self-branded HMD Pulse series. Alongside, they launched the Nokia 225 4G (2024) and hinted at the return of the Nokia 3210 (2024). Unlike the HMD Pulse phones, these are updated versions of classic Nokia feature phones. The Nokia 225 4G had a version released in 2020, while the Nokia 3210 is making a comeback after 25 years.

Nokiamob broke this news, but they didn’t cover the Nokia 225 4G’s specifics. You can check out their previous post for rumored details on the phone’s specifications, price, and availability.

The publication shared a leaked poster or marketing slide featuring the Nokia 3210. Check it out below:

Nokia 3210

Nokia 3210 (2024) design and details:

The poster/slide is titled: “Now 25 years later, the legendary phone is back.” The new Nokia 3210 is said to honor the original, released on March 18, 1999. It’s been rebuilt with a modern design and retro interface. Oddly, the leaked image shows a design closer to the Nokia 6310 2021 than the original 3210. Surprisingly modern, it’s a departure from the classic look of the original Nokia 3210.

Nokia 3210 (2024) design and details

The new Nokia 3210 features a rear camera and flash module, along with both the new Nokia logo and the HMD logo on the back. Apart from design changes, anticipate longer battery life and updated connectivity options like Bluetooth and 4G. Additionally, it retains the iconic Snake game, a beloved feature from the original model.

Nokia 3210 (1999) specifications:

Display: The phone had a 1.5-inch backlit monochrome graphic LCD screen with 84×48 pixel resolution and 64 PPI pixel density.

Dimensions: It measured 123.8 mm x 50.5mm × 16.7-22.5 mm and weighed about 151 grams.

Ringtones: It offered 40 monophonic ringtones in .nrt format and allowed users to create custom tones using the Ringtone Composer feature.

Memory card: There was no support for an external memory card.

Games: It came with 3 built-in games for entertainment.

Battery life: Standby time ranged from 55 to 260 hours, with talk time between 180 and 270 minutes. It took about 4 hours to recharge.

Miscellaneous: Features included dual-band connectivity, optional vibrating alert, speed dialing, internal antenna, green keypad backlight, and interchangeable fascia.

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