Feb 20, 2017 06:42 AM EST

Mobile World: The Most Reliable Phone Ever Nokia 3310 Is Coming Back

Something is coming back and it is none other than the Nokia 3310. For those avid fans of Nokia’s popular game “snake”, you can play with it again using the well-loved 3310. The most reliable phone of all time will soon re-launch at the Mobile World Congress on Feb. 26.

HMD Global Oy, a Finnish company, has the exclusive rights to market phones under Nokia brand. The company is reportedly planning to announce four new handsets at the Mobile World Congress. HMD already launched the Nokia 6 in China, and there are talks that they will also unveil Android 7.0 devices, Nokia 5 and Nokia 3, as Venture Beat reported.

But what really got the attention of a lot of people is the modern version of the Nokia 3310. This excites many mobile enthusiasts and they are looking forward to it to come out. The upcoming version of the Nokia 3310 costs around €59 ($62.47).

Nokia 3310 was originally released back in 2000. It was in 2005 that they discontinued the said model. It sold a total of 126 million units and it is said to be the top selling phone in the world. The 3310 is highly appreciated for its long battery life. It is also very sturdy. That is why many people are looking forward to it to be back in the market, according to Entrepreneur,

Another good feature of the Nokia 3310 is its phone call qualities, said Telegraph. When it comes to making calls it provides good voice quality. Aside from that, it also became a fashion accessory because of its unique style and color. The phone's other features include a stopwatch, an alarm clock, and calculator. And most of all, it can send long text messages more than 140 characters. That is why during the peak of Nokia 3310, it was considered as a super gadget.

Meanwhile, back in December 2016, Jobs & Hire reported about Nokia’s comeback in the mobile market and that it will introduce new smartphones.

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