Nokia 3310 will be part of Finnish Emoji Calendar

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Emojis are essential in today's world of social networking where people frequently use emojis to express their feelings. According to a a publication. Finland is the first country in the world to publish its own set of country-themed emojis, which will give foreigners a taste of the country's culture. Part of the National emojis will also be Nokia 3310 emojis.

The Nokia 3310 has been chosen as one of the country's most treasured symbols. Nokia which ruled the phone market in its hey days, remains the country's beloved technology company. The emojis are part of the country's attempt to promote its culture and will be available online and through "This is Finland" website. The Calendar is released by the country's Ministry of Foreign affairs.

Nokia 3310 will be part of Finnish Emoji Calender

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The emojis include about 30 stickers of which about three have been revealed this week : The Headbanger, the Sauna and the Unbreakable (Nokia 3310). The unbreakable represent the phones durability and so the name. 

Each of these emojis comes with a short description, so here is what the calendar says about the Nokia 3310 emoji: "The Unbreakable. The legendary Nokia 3310 is one of the highest selling mobile phones of all times. The phone was designed in Finland and it is known for its toughness."

The emojis are all Finnish expressions, like the Sauna and several other emojis that depict expressions of the Finnish culture. The Finnish emojis will be part of a Calendar available in 13 international languages including south Asian languages and Arabic. The calendar will be available online and via This is FINLAND and other social media channels from the first week of December.

Nokia 3310 will be part of Finnish Emoji Calender

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