Nokia 3310 – Relive the classic Snake game again -A quick look

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See, a few things are quite recently failing to come back. Your extra time; your young waistline; that old joyful disposition towards living you used to have — all gone until the end of time. In any case, on the off chance that you wish super hard, and pay cash to an organization set up absolutely to concentrate an incentive from a treasured brand, you can play Snake again on a Nokia 3310. Much the same as old circumstances.

Alright, well, marginally unique to old circumstances, yet sufficiently close.

The form of Snake on the revived Nokia 3310 (worked by HMD and reported today at MWC alongside a trio of Android-fueled, Nokia-marked handsets) doesn’t look very like the first. It’s more beautiful for a begin, much the same as the phone itself, which has another shading screen and a modest bunch of other, minor overhauls (counting a two-megapixel camera). In any case, it’s there at any rate, and you can at present, sit idle squashing catches while you sit tight for writings from your companions on a battery that keeps going forever.

Besides, as a major aspect of the Nokia re-dispatch, you can play an adaptation Snake on Facebook Messenger that looks somewhat more old-school, directly down to the green tinting. Simply tap the gamepad symbol in the Messenger talk interface to begin.

New Nokia 3310 – A quick look

Nokia has sold 126 million of its unique 3310 phone since it was initially presented back in September, 2000. It was a period before the iPhone, and Nokia renowned with well known handsets that let you play basic amusements like Snake. Presently the 3310 is making a nostalgic return as a more current variation, on account of Nokia-marked phone creator HMD. Like its forerunner, it will in any case be known as the Nokia 3310, yet this time it’s running Nokia’s Series 30+ system, with a 2.4-inch QVGA screen, a 2-megapixel camera, and even a microSD space.

New Nokia 3310 - A quick look

Those specs are still genuinely fundamental by our cutting edge phone models, yet that is the magnificence of such an essential feature phone. Not at all like the block like solidness of the old 3310, the present day variation is somewhat smaller, more slender, and lighter all round. It’s additionally significantly more brilliant this time around, with lustrous yellow and red hues, and matte dim and dim blue models. It’s in a split second unmistakable as a Nokia, and HMD has even incorporated a cutting edge Snake diversion on the handset just to play on the wistfulness.

Musical show Mini is packaged for fundamental web surfing, yet the genuine offering point is battery life. Much the same as most feature phones, standby time on the Nokia 3310 is 31 days, nearby a talk time of 22 hours. That is a monstrous measure of battery life, however as the phone is so basic you’re not really going to waste battery away on Snapchat or Facebook.

HMD is wanting to make the new Nokia 3310 accessible in Q2 this year for $52, roughly converted to about ₹3000

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