The Nokia 3310 is back as a 'modern classic reimagined'

The Nokia 3310 is back as a 'modern classic reimagined'

Battery life is the biggest selling point: Unlike battery-sucking smartphones, the Nokia 3310 features 22 hours of talk time and a full month on standby.

Ultimately HMD Nokia will be delighted with the wave of interest the 3310 has generated, and having a phone that is overshadowing your others in the range is not a bad problem to have.

The updated version of Nokia 3310 is back and took internet by storm. Does it carry forward the legacy of its predecessor? Several former Nokia employees work for the company, and HMD president Florian Seiche said a revamped Nokia 3310 was a frequent request from customers who wanted a simple, durable phone.

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However, the fairly recognisable "Nokia-shape" and Snake game should play on our sense of nostalgia. While we can not judge the game without trying it out first, it surely is extremely different to the black and white original.

Although the Nokia 3310 was presented after the Nokia 3, 5 and 6 were presented, the crowd at the MWC 2017 was ecstatic. The phone is backed by a 3000mAh battery and will be up for sale in Q2 around the world for 189 euros ($199) in Blue, Silver, Matte Black, and Copper colour variants.

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The 2017 Nokia 3310's battery life is 10 times more than the original. It won't allow you to load apps, but it does have basic features like voice and text messaging, listening to music (it has a headphone jack!), browsing the web via a mini-Opera browser, and most importantly, the game Snake.

While simplistic, low cost feature phones continued to carry the Nokia name in recent years, Microsoft's relationship with Nokia in a multi-billion dollar acquisition of its devices division in 2014 failed to bring success to either company, with Microsoft eventually ditching the Nokia brand form its Lumia smartphone family.

There are some areas however, where not much has changed.

Then came the Nokia 1100 in 2003 - a sturdy affair with an inbuilt torch - which quickly became the best-selling consumer electronics device of its time. "After all, in India, three of the top 20 handsets that are deployed are still from Nokia", Kawoosa added. An 8-megapixel snapper (1.12um pixel size, f/2.0 aperture) is placed on the back of this smartphone, and an 8-megapixel camera (1.12um pixel size, 84-degree wide-angle lens) can also be found on the device's front side.

But the star of the show was undoubtedly the return of the Nokia 3310.

"Two-thirds of the Indian market is still feature phones, and among feature phones, 3310 was the king". Sound off in the comments!