Ever play Snake on an old cell phone? One of the world's best-selling models is coming back from the dead.
FOX's Simon Owen reports:
It's the ringtone that used to be everywhere. Finnish cell phone company Nokia sold a 126 million units of its 3310 model when it was introduced 17 years ago. And now, it's coming back. The company targeting consumers who feel technology has moved a bit too fast. There's no touchscreen, and limited apps.
But in return it costs around $50, it's probably less likely to smash if you drop it, and: Nokia says the battery can last a month. It even comes with Snake, the iconic game where users guide a slithering friend around the phone's tiny screen.
In London, Simon Owen, FOX News.