Nokia 3310
Nokia 3310

HMD Global, which sells Nokia-branded phones, on Tuesday, re-launched the upgraded versions of the Nokia 110, Nokia 3310 and Nokia 2720 feature phones into the Kenyan market.

Justin Maier, vice-president of Nokia sub-Sahara Africa, said the phones have been released owing to their nostalgic popularity and performance.


“Before, companies used to launch phones in Africa as an afterthought, however, we are treating the region like any other in the world,” Maier said in Nairobi.

He said the Nokia 3310 has sold over 10 million pieces since the re-launch and added that the devices will be available in the country in the next week.

Gopher Ogembo, senior business manager of Nokia in East Africa, said the company wants to ensure users the premium experience of the improved devices like the Nokia 2720 which has the characteristics of a 4G smart feature phone.

The devices will retail at between 22 U.S. dollars and 110 dollars. Enditem


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