HMD Global unveiled its new Nokia 3310 at Mobile World Congress 2017, giving the old school phone a comeback with some modern changes. 

The perfect smartphone to spark nostalgia and bring back the memories of those countless hours playing Snake, the Nokia 3310 looks just like the classic model—iconic buttons and all—but is lighter and slimmer, and will have a much longer battery life. The best part is it also includes the game Snake II.

But for those who would want an even more luxurious take on the classic phone can get their hands on this limited-edition option. Just remember that luxury comes at price, and the price tag on this Nokia 3310 is a hefty $3,000.

The luxury smartphone and accessory company Gresso revealed its own version of the new Nokia 3310 reboot, a limited-edition device called the Presso 3310.

Why so pricey?

The $3,000 titanium Presso 3310 is made with Grade 5 titanium, giving it a sleek and expensive look.

The smartphone comes with 32GB of storage, and a 3 megapixel rear-facing camera.


This is not the first time Gresso unveiled its own spin on popular smartphones. It sells limited-edition iPhone 7 and 7 Plus models with an 18K gold and titanium body for $4,000, and makes cases for the latest iPhone models that start at $595.

The luxury company also sells the Gresso Regal Smartphone, which has an 18k gold and titanium body that runs on Android OS, which starts at $3,000.

Those who can't afford the $3,000 can pickup HMD Global's Nokia 3310 for $51 when its released in Q2 2017.

The Nokia 3310 will be available in Yellow and Warm Red, Gray and Dark Blue. The smart is equipped with a 2.4-inch QVGA screen, runs on Nokia Series 30+ OS, with a 2MP camera with up to 32GB of expandable storage.

But there is some bad news, Nokia fans.

HMD Global announced the Nokia 3310 won't work in the U.S. because it is not compatible with U.S. carriers.

The phone works on a 900/1800-MHz bandwidth, and carriers here in the States does not support with bandwidth. This means calls can't be made or taken in the U.S.

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