The new Nokia 3310 will have a month-long battery life. The price is outstanding too!
It originally hit our shelves 17 years ago, but Nokia has resurrected the classic mobile phone at MWC 2017.
Believe it or not, more than 126 million devices of the original model were produced before it was phased out in 2005.
The new version of the handset has been treated to a makeover but is essentially the same.
The latest model is 12.8mm thick and weighs 79.6g, as opposed to 22mm and 133g, meaning it looks fresher and slicker than its predecessor, with an enlarged, 2.4-inch 320 x 240 colour screen and significantly slimmer frame.
It’s also now available in glossy red and yellow colour options, as well as the familiar grey and dark blue matte schemes.The best part of it, though? The battery life. The new Nokia will last for a MONTH.
No more carrying around your cable everywhere you go. No more asking at the office: “Has anyone got a charger?!” or getting anxiety on the train when you’re on six percent but still have an hour left until your destination.
The second cherry to add to this already sweet cupcake of news is that it will have Snake on it.
The phone’s main keys have been altered, with the large blue button being ditched, along with the ‘C’ and arrows buttons.
Replacing these is a square-shaped central keypad, flanked by large ‘call’ and ‘end call’ buttons.
“Nokia phones stir real emotions,” said Juho Sarvika, the chief product officer of HMD Global.