Remember the Nokia 3310?
They don't make them like that anymore, except they do.
As the classic phone from the year 2000 has been rebooted, and yes it's bringing Snake along, too.
After a lean years, Nokia has been relaunched, and looks to the past with this stylish reinvention of a much-loved phone from the early days of mobile.
The original 3310's iconic design is updated with smoother lines and rounded corners.
And it's also much thinner than the original.
Old school Nokia fans will be pleased to see it comes in the familiar midnight blue or gray.
Or you can choose from these very, very bright new colors.
Of course this is no high powered smartphone.
The new 3310 has a color screen and can just about browse the Web, very slowly.
But that's about as modern as it gets.
With a measly 2 megapixel camera and a low resolution screen, it's designed as a simple backup phone for families.
Or a festival phone, that won't embarrass you in your Instagram Luckily the price reflects the phone's simplicity, costing just 49 Euros.
Also on board is the infamously difficult game Snake, although that too has been given a colorful update.
Excuse me, I'm just off to beat my high score.
Five cool things that could be made with graphene
5G may make AR smart glasses experiences worth trying
7 buzzworthy phones at Mobile World Congress
Turn your hand into a screen with this projector watch
Huawei's Mate 10 Pro drives this Porsche so I don't have to
Sony's new HDR phones sport new Qualcomm chips, extra rumble,...
Samsung's Galaxy S9 is nice, but the Vivo Apex Concept is nicer
The Asus Zenfone 5 is the identical twin of the iPhone X
Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus: Our first look
Your Samsung phone can turn into a PC with touchpad