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The new Nokia 3310 might be the ultimate festival phoneDon't risk ruining your iPhone. With its epic battery and sturdy build, the Nokia 3310 reboot is the phone to take to this year's festivals.
[MUSIC] Backing your bags for a summer festival? Then leave your iPhone at home. The new Nokia 3310 is a phone that you need to take. [MUSIC] No, this is not your [UNKNOWN] smart phone you won't have instagram, you won't have snapchat, you won't have any apps at all. You don't even get 3G WiFi, a touchscreen, and don't even get started on contactless payments. You don't need any of that. What you need is a small phone that will fit in your pocket while you're dancing in a crowd. A phone that will easily last the while muddy weekend on a single charge, so you're never out of contact with your friends in the other campsite. A phone that will raise a smile when you whip it out in the queue for drinks. And raise a smile it will. Original Nokia 3310 has rightly become a classic icon of mobile phone history. And while this modern iteration is a bit slimmer and more rounded, it's still very clearly the 3310 that many of us adored in the early 90s. Sure, it's two megapixel camera is absolutely awful so if you do want to remember your weekend in detail you can just take a cheap camera. You can still brag about the amazing time you're having on Twitter and Facebook. You'll just need to log into the desktop websites directly through the Opera Mini web browser. Now that's no quick task because there's no 3G so it's likely that you'll have missed your favorite band's hit song by the time you're done. Best save that for those long [UNKNOWN] At only 50 pounds, here at the UK with a new Nokia 3310 is well worth a shot as a second phone for those rough weekends away way of pricy Galaxy S8 or might take a destructive tumble. Risk taking or breaking of smartphones if you absolutely must, just make sure you've a 3310 in your other pocket. While your friend's smartphones would have run out of juice by lunch, you'll still be going strong long into the night with more than enough power left for a classic game of snake to help take your mind off those awful festival toilets. [MUSIC] [BLANK_AUDIO]