They should keep the thickness, just put a bigger battery in it....
Who will buy this thing, other than middle aged people wanting to reminisce about their youth? Even kids won't be happy with it if their parents buy it for them since they don't have the nostalgia factor which is the main selling point of the phone.
I want this phone for nostalgia's sake like people who bought the mini NES. 3310 have the best online memes ever. My first cell phone ever was an Audiovox in Verizon. But my first GSM phone was the 3310. It was navy blue 3310 (Cingular called it 3360) I got on my 21st birthday in Dec 2001. My wallpaper was a picture of jugs in monochrome and my ringtone was Linkin Park's "One Step Closer."
Yes, it was durable as heck as I dropped it several times on concrete and it never had marks on it. I would get a refreshed 3310 and just keep it in my glove compartment. It won't shatter to pieces and explode like the other flimsy slab glass phones out there. Favorite meme from it is the one with the Nintendo GameBoy. They dropped 3310 from 900 ft using a drone and the sucker still worked. That's legendary.
Anonymous, 23 Feb 2017People are looking and seeking new technology phones the Nokia 3310 approach will be a big fail Wrong wrong wrong wrong, wrong wrong wrong wrong.
TB1, 23 Feb 2017mmm atleast this device will support 3g? or it will stuck again whit 2g.Lol. 2G dont exist anymore in developed countries. It should be 3G at least.
Excellent strategy to regain a large part of feature phones market...
3310 and 1100 are probably the most famous feature phones ever.
Durability is back again because
Nokia 3310 is back again.
I believe it's time to move forward instead of bringing back ancient models, have Nokia thought of a note phone?
People are looking and seeking new technology phones the Nokia 3310 approach will be a big fail
mmm atleast this device will support 3g? or it will stuck again whit 2g.
Anonymous, 23 Feb 2017Bet you're really popular at partiesv3i is an eye catcher compared to this brick.