The beast is 15 years old now, This mighty classic phone is going strong to this day and not only with memes. The phone featured an endless snake game and a battery that lasted weeks and more. The Nokia 3310 was named as the ‘Chuck Norris of phones’ as the set sold 126 million units worldwide. You can still find it online and in some cases brand new.
Nokia had a sudden fall in sales when the entire world moved to smartphones and the company is failed to adapt to the new wave of operating systems, Nokia’s market share dropped from 46.7 percent in 2007 to a 3.1 percent in 2013. the company was sold to Microsoft, and their new sales strategy is different from the rest of the phone world.
Nokia is geared up to boost its sales by poking you right in the feels with nostalgia. They dig the blueprints of old phones and apply them to the new ones and you might get 3310 with some android version in it.
Nokia 3310 will be released later this February with a price tag of EUR 59 at Mobile World Congress (MWC).