Nokia is reportedly going to relaunch one of its most popular and widely used handsets since it was first introduced over 16 years ago.
According to Venturebeat, the Finnish company is set to announce the comeback of the 3310 along with three new products during the Mobile World Congress later this month.
The 3310 was the phone to have back in the day before the iPhone and Samsung’s Galaxy series took over the mobile phone market.
The throwback device will reportedly be introduced as a secondary phone to consumers with a price point of €59 (roughly P3,100).
The 3310 is expected to be relaunched in Europe while plans for a global launch have yet to be announced.
If you owned the 3310, you probably miss its lengthy battery life and extreme durability which the smartphones of today lack in.
Here’s some drop tests that will remind you of how tough the 3310 just is.
This story originally appeared on FHM.com.ph.
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