The return of the King.
Nokia is re-releasing its classic 2001 phone, the 6310, in time for its 20th anniversary.
Dubbed as a classic phone and one of the sturdiest units out there, the modernized 3610 now features a curved 2.8-inch display, 16MB RAM, 8MB internal storage, a 0.3-megapixel camera, and FM radio.
Though it’s not as decorated as today’s powerful smartphones, Nokia is banking on 6310’s nostalgia and basic accessibility for its potential users—and the Snake game, of course.
"The new Nokia 6310 takes the iconic silhouette of the original and brings it up to date with some great new additions such as a large curved screen, improved readability and accessibility, plus a host of classic features you know and love,” its Nokia website description reads.
"It's all built in a tough shell, so it can take life’s bumps. The Nokia 6310 is the familiar phone, for the modern world."
If you want a throwback, the redesigned Nokia 6310 is available on nokia.com in yellow or black colorways with a price tag of £59.99 or P4,167.
A modern classic, redesigned! 😮— Nokia Mobile (@NokiaMobile) October 12, 2021
The new #Nokia6310 has a host of new features including bigger buttons, zoomed in menus, a wireless FM radio and more…all packaged in the iconic shape of the original #Nokia6310.