HMD Global, the Finnish startup behind the new Nokia phones, is yet to announce an official release date for the 3310. But it is expected to be available in the middle of this year. The new Nokia 3310 will come with the low price tag of €49 (£42). The original version first went on sale for £129 and is currently selling as a collectible on eBay for up to £999.
The updated Nokia 3310 comes in four colours, and has a camera and colour screen.
|Nokia 3310 - Credit: Nokia|
The revamp Nokia 3310 is thinner than its predecessor and has a 2.4-inch colour screen. It also comes in four colours: glossy red, glossy yellow, matte dark blue, and matte grey.
It has maintained some of the best features of the original 3310 with improvements including a 30 day battery life on standby and 22 hours of talk-time in one charge. The latest 3310 has a new edition of Snake and 16GB internal storage.
It also has several additional features including a headphone jack, SD card slot, two-megapixel camera, FM radio, and 2.5G internet connection. All these features are packed into a smaller handset that weighs just 79.6g, compared with the original's 133g.
The phone doesn't have Wi-Fi or GPS connectivity and it can't install apps such as Facebook, WhatsApp or Instagram.
While the 3310 won't be available for some months, potential buyers can register their interest in the device at Carphone Warehouse. As of yet, Carphone Warehouse is the only store to open registration, indicating that it could be the only place that will stock the new phone.
How to Play classic Snake
==> Use the arrow keys to direct the snake around the screen and eat the dots.
==> The more dots the snake eats, the longer it grows and the higher your score.
==> Avoid causing the snake to eat itself, and use the arrow keys to start the game again.
It's nice to see the strong Nokia 3310 return again.