Just another cynical nostalgia cash-in
There's hundreds of original cellphones on Ebay UK for about £20 with charger, so go get one, I see no point *at all* having something *look* like a classic cellphone then ruining it by sticking a crap bloated insecure overcomplicated OS on it.
'Nokia' maybe releasing such a retro looking device is, to me, just a way of fooling you into paying exorbitant prices for what will be, at best, a mediocre, generic android phone in a 90's style case.
You WILL get Android insecurity, bloat, complication and battery life issues,
You will NOT get the solid 90's Nokia longevity, quality, toughness, simplicity and battery life
and feel the old phones are highly regarded for.
So what *do* you actually get ? - an Android phone in a 90s case with *none* of the things that made the 3220 type phones classics, and also you get all of the things that make smartphones suck.
Modern suckiness in a old case.
It's just a cynical cash-in from the new Masters of old classics, because the mainstream day-to-day Android/IOS junk is running out of excitement and new ideas to pull yet more ££ out of you.
Market saturation, and everything that is old is new again comes back 'round.
Time to stock up on those 90's TDMA Motorola bricks maybe ?