For now, HMD appears to only be focusing on the European market. So if you're in the U.S. and hoping for a new 3310, you may have to go to Europe. Or hope that the European version is enough of a hit to catch on.
Of course, Nokia is also in the smartphone business. They've launched the Nokia 6 in China, and plan to sell cheaper versions, the Nokia 5 and the Nokia 3. The Nokia 3 is expected to sell for 149 euros (or 159 USD).