The original 3310 of Nokia has sold 126 million units since its kick off in September 2000. Before iPhones, it went to be one of the most popular phones, featuring addictive games like Snakes. The Nokia Phone manufacturer HMD is now making a nostalgic return of Nokia 3310 with a more modern variant. The newly revived phone will still be called Nokia 3310 like its predecessor. It’s running 30+ Software Series of Nokia, with a 2.4 inches QVGA display, a slot for micro SD and a 2 megapixels camera.
The specifications are still fairly basic by our modern phone standards. The classic candy-bar shape of the old 3310 is present, but now it’s a little smaller modern variant, lighter and thinner. Offering more colorful designs, available in glossy red and yellow colors and also in matte dark blue and gray models. And of course, the game Snakes is still present in an updated version. Equipped with Opera Mini for basic web surfing and the battery’s standby time is 31 days and delivers 22hrs of talk time. That’s a substantial load of battery life. HMD planned to release Nokia 3310 in the second quarter this year for $52 (49 euros). Learn more