The Legend is Back, so is Snake!

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Down memory lane with the resurrection of the iconic Nokia 3310 and the classic game Snake more than a decade before it was phased out in 2005.

  • More a ‘feature phone’ than smartphone due to limited Internet facilities
  • Impressive battery life, with a month’s standby time and 22 hours of talk time
  • 2MP rear camera and updated version of Snake

Down memory lane with the resurrection of the iconic Nokia 3310 and the classic game Snake more than a decade before it was phased out in 2005.

Described as a “feature phone” rather than a smartphone due to its limited internet facilities, the new 3310 relies on 2.5G connectivity and is powered by the S30+ operating system that allows web browsing.

The new phone brings with it impressive battery life and features up to a month’s standby time. The device delivers more than 22 hours of talk time. There is a 2MP rear camera, as well as an updated version of the classic game Snakes.

Watch the video for a comparison between the old and new 3310.

In addition to the new Nokia 3310, three new Android smartphones were presented at MWC 2017 – the Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6.

The Nokia 6, which was already available in China following its debut in January, will now go on sale globally. The new device comes with a 16MP rear camera, a 5.5-inch 1080p ‘full definition’ screen and includes the Google Assistant helper – the search engine’s version of Apple’s Siri. Watch the video below for a short review of the Nokia 6.