Nokia's 3310 is making a nostalgic but redesigned return thanks to the Finnish company HMD Global.
HMD executives unveiled a range of new smartphones Sunday at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, in addition to the redesigned Nokia 3310.
The Nokia 3310, which was first introduced in September 2000, is coming back with a month-long battery life, 22 hours of talk time and the very popular throwback game, Snake.
The new device will have smoother, curved lines and will come in four distinctive colors: warm red and yellow (both with a gloss finish) and dark blue and gray (both with a matte finish).
The redesign includes a color screen and plenty of internal upgrades such as a micro-USB charging port, headphone jack, microSD storage and Bluetooth, according to Engadget.
This little baby might not have a touchscreen, but it does have a 2-megapixel camera!
This "dumbphone" will likely be available in the world of smartphones sometime between April and June, according to Tech Radar.
And the good news is, this throwback will only cost you about $50.