The Nokia 3310 has taken on almost mythical status among people of a certain age, evoking memories of its nigh-on indestructible build, its endless battery life and endless hours spent playing Snake.
Nokia, keen to capitalise on this nostalgia, recently announced they’re launching a brand new version of the 3310, the...erm, Nokia 3310.
The new Nokia 3310 will offer the full early 00s mobile phone experience, with an old school keypad, an updated version of the 3310’s original software and ridiculously long battery life all present. Of course, that means it doesn’t have Wi-Fi or 3G either...
The new Nokia 3310 looks very much like its ancestor too, barring a few tweaks like replacing the up and down keys with a full D-Pad. Nokia have also added a microUSB port and a suitably archaic 2 megapixel camera.