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  • The Nokia 3310 is getting a revamp
  • The Nokia 3310 is getting a revamp
    Kurt Komoda (2011) ©
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The Nokia 3310 is getting a revamp

Whether it was the impressive battery life, the fact it seemed indestructible, or simply a love of Snake II, there’s an enduring fondness for the Nokia 3310. And now, the model is getting a revamp, with a new version offering a perfect combination of functionality and nostalgia.

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