Phones just aren’t what they used to be. Sure, we can actually use the internet now, but the bigger screen and modern-day smartphone luxuries just don’t compare to old-school week-long battery life, indestructible sassy phone cases, and the best game in the whole world: Snake.
Anyway, good news for anyone that thinks life was more fun before selfies and Snapchat. The Nokia 3310 is making a comeback.
According to Venture Beat, HMD Global (which now owns the rights to the Nokia name) will launch the Nokia 3, 5, and 6 at the Mobile World Congress later this month (February 26), as well as a nostalgic homage to the much-loved 3310. The “modern version” of the Nokia 3310, which was first launched back in 2000, will be marketed as a way to get long battery life in a smartphone.
Nokia’s big comeback is expected to feature both Android-based phones and tablets, with HMD previously announcing that it will invest a whopping $500m over the next three years, holding the rights to the trademark until 2024.
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