All hail the king - the return of the Nokia 3310
The 2017 Mobile World Congress is upon us with the biggest names in smartphone tech showcasing this year's offerings.
Samsung, Sony, Huawei, LG, Motorola and ZTE are all unveiling their upcoming handsets for this year's smartphone market however there's one name that really stands out and captures people's attention.
That name is Nokia.
The Nokia 3310 is one of the most iconic mobile devices of all time, namely for it's legendary durability, superb battery life, extended-length SMS text messaging and of course Snake II.
During it's lifetime the 3310 sold more than 125 million units, a gargantuan figure for that era.
Introducing the 2017 Nokia 3310
Nokia's refreshed device has been upgraded with a few modern day stylings.
The new handset now offers a colour screen and 2MP rear camera, there's also a micro-USB charging port, microSD storage slot, Bluetooth connectivity, 16GB of storage and a headphone jack.
Despite upgrades in some areas the new handset is lacking features such as an app store, GPS and Wi-Fi. Nokia is claiming that the new 3310 offers 31 days of standby time and up to 22 hours of talk time per charge.
The new device is rumoured to go on sale during Q2 and to cost around 49 euros ($52) which will certainly make it an attractive purchase for those who still hold some sentimental feelings towards their older classic Nokia 3310s.