In the days before the iPhone and other smartphones, Nokia was one of the biggest names in tech. Most notably, the flagship Nokia 3310 dominated much of the early 2000’s. Now, Nokia hopes to make a comeback with its new nostalgic handset, which was unveiled over the weekend at Mobile World Congress.
The new incarnation of the Nokia 3310 features an impressive 31 days of standby power, a 2 MP camera and even a standard headphone jack. It supports texting and calling over 2G, plays the classic game Snake, and comes with 16 MB of internal storage. For those who do need a little extra storage though, it does have a MicroSD slot for cards up to 32GB. The phone now also comes in multiple colors, so you can chose from a yellow, red, grey or dark blue device. At launch, the Nokia 3310 will be priced at €49, or $51.87. While the device isn’t currently for sale, you can sign up for announcements over on Nokia’s site.
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The new Nokia 3310 takes the iconic silhouette of the original and reimagines it for 2017. The custom designed user interface brings a fresh look to a classic, whilst the 2.4” polarized and curved screen window makes for better readability in sunlight.