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Cloned Nokia 3310 devices surface in Asia

Avaxx, Nokia's official retailer in the country, has threaten to take action

Cloned Nokia 3310 devices surface in Asia
Reports have said that multiple retailers in Malaysia are selling fake Nokia 3310 devices, which have been released in two batches.

In February HMD Global unveiled the classic albeit new Nokia 3310 at Mobile World Congress and despite it not being released yet, carbon copies of the device have appeared.

Reports have said that multiple retailers in Malaysia are selling fake Nokia 3310 devices, which have been released in two batches. The first batch supposedly did not feature the Nokia logo, however in the second batch not only do the devices look more polished, the logo is also featured.

Avaxx, Nokia's official retailer in the country, has threaten to take action against the retailers selling the fake devices.

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