There’s only a few more days until the expected unveiling of the resurrected Nokia 3310, one of the brand’s most iconic phone models from the early ‘00s, and reputed leaker @evleaks AKA Evan Blass has released a bit more information on the upcoming device.
According to the leak, the Nokia 3310 will run on the company’s Series 30+ operating system, debunking previous rumors that it could be running a version of Android and confirming that the device will definitely be a conventional feature phone.
The leak also shared that the 3310 will feature a colored screen instead of a monochrome one that the original had. Like the original though, the new 3310 will come in multiple colors but could also possibly feature swappable faceplates, another feature the original lacked.
Evan Blass says to imagine the new 3310 as a mash-up between the original and the Nokia 150 which was released just this year. Notably, it’s been previously rumored that the new 3310 will feature a different design than the original.
We’ll just have to wait for the official unveiling of the resurrected Nokia 3310 to finally see what it will look like and what features the company has decided to include in it.