Nokia to re-launch Classic 6310 'Brick' phone for its 20th Anniversary

The new Classic 6310 comes with a large curved colour display with a 320X240 pixel display offering good readability and accessibility. The cell phone comes in two colour option black and a lemony shade of yellow.

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Nokia has launched a new version of its iconic 6310 phone to celebrate its 20th anniversary. The classic old-school phone which was known for being indestructible in the 90s is revamped along with all of the old features including everyone's favourite game Snake. Reportedly, the upgraded release of the phone was confirmed by Finnish tech giant HMD Global which licences the Nokia brand. 

The new Classic 6310 comes with a large curved colour display with a 320X240 pixel display offering good readability and accessibility. The cell phone comes in two colour option black and a lemony shade of yellow. It supports MP3 and wireless FM radio and the same tough shell that will keep the phone safe from bumps and falls. The phone also houses a single rear camera. 

Nokia 6310 also popularly known as the 'brick' phone around the world was first launched in 2001 and a year later its updated version 6310i came into the market. However, the cellphone was taken off the shelves in 2005. Though having a limited option, the phone was one of Nokia's highest-selling devices as today, many people use 6310 and 3310 as the backup phones because of its durability and super-long battery life.