The new iconic 3310 was unveiled at the the world’s biggest phone show, Mobile World Congress (MWC). Known as the “unbreakable” phone, the Nokia 3310 has been relaunched worldwide on Monday. The original product sold 126 million units worldwide, making it the most popular phone in the late 90’s and early 2000’s.
With popular games like Snake, colossal battery life of 22 hours talk time and an affordable price tag. In emerging markets, where money, data and battery life are precious commodities, the 3310 is certain to have huge appeal.
The phone has a dumbed-down version of Opera mini web-browser, a 2 megapixel back camera (only), micro SD slot, a 2.4-inch 240×320 screen, radio and MP3 player, 16 MB storage and a range of funky colours.
— Nokia Mobile (@nokiamobile) February 26, 2017