•  A concept design for the Nokia 3310 phone is on display showcasing the potential look of the upcoming throwback.

A concept design for the Nokia 3310 phone is on display showcasing the potential look of the upcoming throwback. (Photo : YouTube/ malappuramvedio)

Nokia phones are back in the market with their latest Android smartphones and retro phone offerings. Nokia Edge, Nokia 8, and even the classic Nokia 3310 have been highly anticipated by consumers in the upcoming Mobile World Congress 2017.

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The Indian market has been eagerly waiting for the release of the rumored Nokia Edge. Based on a separate report, the high-end version of the said smartphone will be supported by an undisclosed octa-core processor. To go along with it is a 3GB of RAM while running Android Nougat mobile OS.

As for its display, the Nokia Edge will have a 5.5-inch of screensize. Other mobile features will also include a fingerprint scanner, proximity, accelerometer, compass, and gyro-sensors.

On the other hand, another high-end flagship is expected in the upcoming MWC 2017. The hype and demand for Nokia 8 have increased in the past weeks thanks to a video detailing the potential look of the devices. The 5.7 inches smartphone will be equipped with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, according to GSM Arena.

Along with the powerful mobile processor would be a generous 6GB of RAM and Andreno 540 GPU. The said mobile device has become interesting because of its great front camera boasting of 24 megapixels with Carl Zeiss Sensor. As for its storage, an optional 64GB and 128GB is to be offered to consumers.

Meanwhile, as most consumers are busying themselves checking on the latest Nokia phones that run on Android, an alternative retro offering has been reported for a major comeback. The Finnish company is to include Nokia 3310 in the upcoming MWC event, according to PC Advisor.

The retro mobile device will be back in the market as a backup phone for consumers. Details of any potential upgrades or tweaks to the old-school device remain elusive up to now. However, the throwback is expected to be retailed within a $50 to $60 price point.

Watch here below the potential look of Nokia 8: