The 3G version is due to be launched in the UK in October but HMD have not yet confirmed a price for the upgraded model.
HMD have confirmed they are introducing two new colours, azure and charcoal.
Now with 3G this should speed up its online connectivity however users will still not be able to use many apps such as WhatsApp due to the limitations of its S30+ operating system. The phone also still has no WiFi connectivity.
The 3G version has now affected the talk-time battery going from 22 hours to 6.5 hours however it will still have up to 27 days of standby battery.
The nostalgic handset is here to stay!