Since 2017, HMD Global has been showcasing nostalgic devices at the Mobile World Congress (MWC). In 2017, they literally brought the iconic Nokia 3310 back to life. They followed that resurrection with another one at the next MWC 2018 whey the brought back the Nokia 8110. Also known as the ‘banana phone.’
However, at the end of the day, people purchasing this ‘resurrected’ but modified Nokia phones were doing so to relieve the old days. There was nothing much to write home about in terms of features as there were – and still, are – more feature-rich smartphones out there.
This year’s MWC19, HMD Global has decided there will be no more trips to the cemetery and doing some Frankenstein magic of bringing back the dead. Yes, the company has launched a number of new devices, but nothing that is reanimating the dead.
The Nokia 1 Plus
The Nokia 1 Plus is a follow-up to the Nokia 1 released at the MWC 2018. Though some have raised concerns about the naming of the device; given there is already a smartphone branded OnePlus in the market.
On the other hand, some …read more
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