HMD Global, the relatively new owners of the Nokia name, are set to revive the classic 3310 as a feature phone according to prolific leaker Evan Blass.
While we don't know exactly what form the new 3310 will take, HMD is holding a press conference on February 26 as part of Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Here's hoping the rebooted 3310 is just as indestructible and long-lasting as the original.
According to Blass, HMD's 3310 should retail for around $80.
HMD is also expected to unveil two more Android devices, the Nokia 5, and Nokia 3. Both are said to be entry-level devices.
HMD acquired the Nokia name in May last year. To date, HMD has released two devices under the Nokia moniker: the Nokia 150 and the Nokia 6. The Nokia 150 is a budget feature phone that sports a 2.4-inch screen, a VGA camera, and 22 hours of battery life, while the Nokia 6 is a midrange Android-powered smartphone that's currently only available in China.