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    Nokia Resurrects Classic Phone

    If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. The Finnish tech company has announced the revival of a turn-of-the-century classic: the Nokia 3310. First launched in September 2000, the rugged phone went on to sell more than 126 million units and is widely considered one of the most important ever made — especially for those who spent hours playing Snake. The retro favorite, soon to be re-launched alongside Nokia’s latest Android smartphones, plays on users’ nostalgia but also on a desire for simplicity as mobile devices become increasingly complex.

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