The world's legacy mobile phone brands such as Nokia, Motorola, BlackBerry, and Sony are attempting to bring back their heydays by releasing a string of new models at this year's Mobile World Congress.
HMD Global showcased three new smartphone models, including the Nokia 6, plus the upgraded version of the Nokia 3310, a conventional mobile phone which was sold more than 100 million units worldwide, during the MWC.
HMD Global is a company set up by former Nokia executives. Nokia receives brand loyalties from HMD Global.
The Nokia 6 features a 5.5-inch display screen and Qualcomm's SnapDragon 430 processor. Its front camera has an 8-megapixel wide angle lens feature, while the 16-megapixel dual camera is mounted with a dual tone flash.
The newly-released Nokia 3310 is an upgraded version of the old phone Nokia 3310 that enjoyed a sensational popularity after being released in September 2000.
The Nokia 3310 comes in four color including yellow, red, matte grey, and dark blue, with a maximum talk time of 22 hours in a single charge. HMD Global plans to release the brand-new Nokia 3310 within the second quarter of this year, at a retail price of 49 euro (US$52).