The Nokia 3310 is making a nostalgic return as HMD Global, the Finnish company with exclusive rights to the Nokia brand, launched a new and updated variant of the classic 3310 phone that was released in 2000.
According to HMD Global, the new Nokia 3310 features the iconic rounded form like its predecessor, but it is reimagined with a new custom-designed user interface and a 2.4-inch polarized and curved screen window.
Likewise, the new 3310 is equipped with a long-lasting battery, giving consumers a standby battery time for up to a month. It can be charged through a Micro-USB port.
To further play on the nostalgia, HMD Global is also bringing the updated and colored version of the classic Snake game to the new 3310.
Other features of the 3310 include the iconic push buttons, 2-megapixel camera with LED flash, a headphone jack, 2G connectivity, FM radio, MP3 player, and a 16MB storage (expandable up to 32GB).
The new Nokia 3310 will sell for €49 and is available in four color options – Yellow and Warm Red colors with a glossy finish, and Dak Blue and Grey with a matte finish.
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