Nokia 3310 A redesigned version of the legendary phone has been launched!

But unlike your typical smartphone battery dying after less than a few hours, the Nokia's battery life is the main selling factor with over 22 hours of talk time and a full month standby.

Apart from Nokia 3310, Nokia is going to launch other devices namely Nokia 3 and Nokia 5.

The much awaited Nokia 3310 is finally launched at Barcelona in MWC.

The phone is running series 30+ software. It has a 2.4-inch color screen located above the numeric keyboard and the menu buttons. The device's near-indestructible build and practical design made it a smash hit worldwide when it launched back in 2000, and it's now back with a bunch of new features. Well, you may say that you will save on your data pack as the ancient phone itself is incapable of using it. The aim is open Nokia up to the next-generation of consumers not by embarking on a "tech and spec race" but through a "new, inspiring, purpose-led approach centred around stories".

Nokia, once a pioneer in mobile technology, had tried its hand with Microsoft to jump into the smartphone bandwagon but failed miserably.

Also announced at the event was a refreshed version of Nokia's iconic 3310 feature phone, now with funky new colours and the Snake game pre-installed, to rekindle some nostalgia.

And for those who were wondering - yes, you can play the legendary Snake on this 3310! That if the old Nokia 3310 would still be available for purchase, which is not.

HMD Global, owner of the Nokia brand, will partner with Foxconn for the manufacturing process of the next wave of Nokia phones, according to DNA India. The phone has Micro USB (2.0) for connectivity as well as Bluetooth 3.0 with SLAM.

The new Nokia 3310 will come in four colours: Black, red, yellow, and grey.

The Nokia 5 with a 5.2-inch HD screen features a fingerprint sensor unlike Nokia 3.

  • Arturo Norris