Colette Sexton: Nokia's nostalgia is a fool's errand

Nokia should be more focused on a real contender to the iPhone 7 or Samsung Galaxy 8

28th February, 2017
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Pic: courtesy of Nokia

We all love sticking on our rose-tinted glasses to remember the good old days when kids played outside, phones were stuck to the wall and the Kardashians were nobodies.

So it is no surprise that Nokia’s announcement that it is bringing back the 3310 was met with great excitement. The handset which will retail for €49 was first released in 2000. The updated version will be complete with the classic game Snake and a month-long...

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