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  • The new Nokia phone has no internet connectivity
  • The new Nokia phone has no internet connectivity
    Kami Rao (2015) ©
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The new Nokia phone has no internet connectivity

People can now use their phones to check emails, manage money and catch Pokémon at the pub. But for many, there's something missing from the modern mobile experience – Snake. HMD is releasing a new Nokia handset for $26 that comes with the iconic mobile game but without web access.

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