A new version of the classic Nokia 3310 was officially unveiled in Barcelona on the 26th February 2017,
The model, which gained worldwide popularity in 2000, features a larger 2.4 inch screen, lengthy battery life and a new version of the iconic game, Snake.
Battery life is expected to be 22 hours.
According to the website, the slimmer, more rounded phone will have a MicroSD card slot which can hold 32GB, a 2 megapixel camera and comes in red, dark blue, yellow and grey.
It will set consumers back around $65
Countries like Australia won’t be able to use the phone with networks Optus and Vodafone the only remaining to still use 2G, however they will be phasing out 2G this year.