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Remember the Nokia 3310? It was probably your first phone, and now it's been rebooted for the modern era.

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The new 3310 comes in a range of colours. As well as the classic blue and grey models, there's a dazzling yellow and this warm red.

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New vs. Old

We compare the original feature phone with its modern throwback -- and wow!

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The shape has been rounded and smoothed out for a more modern feel.

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The rebooted model updates the iconic design, reimagining the familiar midnight blue color scheme and swooping silver-grey design.

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The slimline 3310 is much thinner than the original, slipping easily in your pocket.

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The new version has a colour screen.

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The original 3310 was released in 2000 and is still fondly remembered.

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Here's the red model.

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The new phone brings with another reinvented classic: Snake. The fiendishly hard game is now in colour.

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You now have a 2.4-inch screen, with a resolution of 240x320 pixels.

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The phone now has a 2-megapixel camera on board.

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The 3310 is a fairly basic feature phone, so don't expect all your smartphone apps.

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Look at all those exciting features!

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The 3310 has basic features like calling and texting, but it's not even 3G, so your web browsing options are severely limited.

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The back comes off to get at the battery, but unfortunately you can't swap fascias like you could with the original phone.

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It charges by Micro-USB, so no more wandering round your friends' houses asking, "Anyone got a Nokia charger?"

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