Even though there are still voices claiming the redesign and some of the improvements added by HMD make the modern Nokia 3310 an entirely different device, the feature phone seems to have attracted a huge mass of fans that want to buy it.
UK retailer Carphone Warehouse has already opened pre-registrations for the Nokia 3310, so people can pre-order the feature phone before stock arrives. More importantly, Andrew Wilson, UK director of buying at Carphone Warehouse claims the number of pre-orders for the Nokia 3310 is higher than of any other feature phone.
However, analysts warn that the Nokia 3310 might not meet expectations in western markets because it only offers EDGE (2.5G) connectivity, a network that is not used any longer in countries like the United States.
Nokia 3310 will soon hit the shelves in many European countries for €49. Customers in U.S. will have to wait a while longer, as HMD Global ramps up production of Nokia 3310 models aimed at this market.