Anonymous, 02 Oct 2017Thank God, Apple killed this era of basic mobile phones. It's nice reminiscing the nostalgia o... moreYeah, thanks to apple, android came to life and made our lives better hihihi
Anonymous, 02 Oct 2017Thank God, Apple killed this era of basic mobile phones. It's nice reminiscing the nostalgia o... moreYou do realize that basic mobile phones are being sold by multiple manufacturers, and have been ever since the 90s? It's not like HMD is turning the wheel back here. The reality is people still want to use basic phones. Some have them as a backup in case of emergency, and some people just can't or don't want to use touchscreen phones. My elderly parents actually used touch screen phones for quite some time but they've both now returned to Doro's basic phones and are happier with them since they are easier to use.
I had Nokia 6303 classic. It was great phone. Now I'm using smartphone.
Anonymous, 02 Oct 2017I have a 3310 which stopped working recently..parts are loose and worn out. Where can i get sc... moreYou kidding me? Buy a whole new 3310 phone for $5 buddy. Why make life so hard.
I have a 3310 which stopped working recently..parts are loose and worn out. Where can i get scavanged parts from dead 3310s?
All the nostalgia, Remind me that I am already at middle age... Lol
protul khagee, 01 Oct 2017how on earth you missed out the funky 3350 and 3530?Yep was about to mention 3350 and 3530.. They also miss out the stylish 3610.. They also failed to mention the photo editor capability on this devices that enables photo messaging and custom wallpaper/screensaver.. AND they also failed to mention the ringtone composer.. Seriously?? These phones back then can make you a beethoven especially composing a tone to your friend just by listening to the music.. priceless.. Compared to that today you CANNOT even set mp3 as a ringtone on your iPhone.. Shame..
Thank God, Apple killed this era of basic mobile phones. It's nice reminiscing the nostalgia of the past but I wouldn't wish it to have a comeback like HMD are trying to do.
3310 blue color was my first phone .. keypad had yellowish light but one of my friend managed from some mobile mechanic to insert pure white lights beneath keypad .. I used to jealous that ... looked like luxury lol .. wow those days ..
Rohail007, 01 Oct 2017Where is 3315??Just came to comment this.
The Nokia 3310 only had Snake 2, and didn't have Space Impact in certain markets.
The Nokia 3315 was an "Enhanced Version" released after 4 months, in January 2001.
Nokia promised that the 3310 could have its software upgraded to the Enhanced Version, but this never happened, or it didn't work.
The 3315 was worth the wait/upgrade because it was the same phone with same price, except these changes:
- Funkier Peanut-shaped front buttons
- Space Impact game (woohoo!)
- Built-in "Paint" app to design your own backgrounds and even send them to friends
(no longer have to spend $3.99 on those Phone Services, yay!)
- Could send the created ringtones to other 3310/3315 devices (yay!)
- Phone profiles that can be customised, could now be Automated to switch depending on the Time of the Day
Here's a photo of the Nokia 3315:
From this article I had the 3410, 3510i, 3100 and atill have my original 3310. Though I miss the 3200,which I also had, and it featured a built in camera with self made cover design implementation. These articles are always much fun to read!
I too have a 3310 in our house, it has battery damage, didn't buy new battery since then.
we even enticed one another with placing "who's phone breaks first loses" XD
manuals were to throw the phone as far as you could and once everyone has there phone on the ground, we will have to hit the phone as hard as we could, turn by turn, CRAZY right? haha we have like 6 phone's in total and 6 persons playing, one of them phones got completely damaged when one of us thrown (more like smash) the phone to the screen of the other phone lying on the ground. I think the phone model is 3310 and the phone that got damaged was 3210. believe me or not, it was the funniest thing we did on highschool.