Nokia 3210 is on its way back!

Nokia 3210 is on its way back!

The iconic Nokia 3210 phone, famous for its legendary game "Snake," is making a comeback after 25 years since its initial release.

HMD, the company behind Nokia, leaked this news themselves. It's been reported that the Finnish electronics retailer Gigantti accidentally revealed images and specifications of the retro phone before its official launch.

The leaked images show the phone with blue and yellow covers, set to be released on May 8th this year. According to the information from Gigantti, it will be available from May 15th, priced at 89 dollars.

However, the new phone isn't exactly like the old Nokia 3210. While it still has a retro vibe, it resembles some of Nokia's newer models. It boasts significant upgrades, including a 2.4-inch QVGA color screen and a camera capable of recording video in 720p.

The battery life may not match the original 3210, but with a 1450 mAh battery, it should still last a decent amount of time.

One thing confirmed by HMD is that the beloved game "Snake" will make its return on this new version of the Nokia 3210.


With the Unisoc T107 processor onboard, the device promises seamless performance. Moreover, it facilitates the expansion of internal memory with MicroSD cards up to 32 GB, offering practicality. The Nokia 3210 features a USB-C 2.0 port, dual SIM support for two Nano-SIM cards, and Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity.

Nokia 3210 specifications:

  • Dimensions: 122 x 52 x 13.14
  • Weight: 61.3 g
  • Display: 2.4 inch LCD, IPS, 320 x 240 pixels
  • Memory: 64/128 + 32 GB via microSD
  • Processor: Unisoc T107
  • Camera: 2 MP, 1.75 μm x 1.75 μm, F2.8
  • Connectivity: Nano-SIM, BT 5.0, USB-C
  • Extra: 3.5 mm jack, 4G network
  • Battery: Li-Ion 1450 mAh, removable
  • OS: Nokia series 30+
  • Colour: blue, yellow (or gold)

Aside from the Nokia 3210, other Nokia phones are reportedly gearing up for launch soon. Earlier this year, HMD revealed its partnership with toy giant Mattel to introduce a physical version of the iconic Barbie phone this summer.

Resembling the original, the pink Barbie phone will be a simpler foldable model, targeting users seeking to minimize their phone usage.

However, Mattel isn't HMD's sole collaborator, though further details remain undisclosed. Nonetheless, it's reasonable to anticipate the unveiling of other intriguing concept phones in the near future.