Nokia Is Finally Bringing Back The 3310 This Month And Fans Can’t Cope

15 February 2017, 11:16

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It's coming back!

Nokia has announced that it will be bringing back one of its most popular models, the Nokia 3310.

17 years after its original launch, the mobile phone brand is planning to release an updated version of the classic phone at the end of February. 

The original Nokia 3310 was retired back in 2005, after selling an astonishing 126 million units – making it the world’s best-selling mobile phone. 

According to reports, the popular phone will be made available to European and North American users first at a surprisingly low cost of €59.

There’s currently no further details about how similar the new 3310 will be to the original, which was loved for its extra-long battery life, durability and games such as Snake II.

However news of the Nokia 3310’s return has been met with a mixed response by fans.

There's currently no more news about a potential release date, however fans can expect the phone to arrive before the end of 2017.

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