Way, way, way back in 2000, before the iPhone and Samsung Galaxy, the “it” phone was the Nokia 3310. Nokia sold over 126 million 3310s worldwide thanks to its sleek design (For the time), because it had the game Snake on the phone, and it was durable AF.
Now, 17 years later, there is a new Nokia 3310. The Finnish phone manufacturer rolled out their revamped Nokia 3310 at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and it has gotten quite a facelift. The new and improved phone will still have Snake and it’s iconic Nokia ringtone. It will have even better battery life. The battery will last for a ridiculous 31 days on standby time or up to 22 hours of talk time.
The new 3310 features a 240×320 color screen, a 2-megapixel camera, an SD card slot for music and photos, a headphone jack, an FM Radio, and a web browser. However, the web access is only a basic 2.5G connection, meaning it can not access to WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, or your email. Perfect for unplugging from your digital life, but still keeping in touch. It will be available in Europe for about $51.
If you do purchase a new Nokia 3310, whatever you do, please do not drop it.