Nokia Is Bringing Back The Classic 'Snake' Game In Its Newest Phone

It also has a battery that can last up to 31 days. :O

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Fresh off the announcement of its comeback earlier this month, Nokia is taking us back to the good ol' days of mobile handsets with the Nokia 150

Yep, mobile phones with physical keyboards still exist.

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The Nokia 150 will be the first Nokia phone to be released since Finnish firm HMD acquired the brand.

The phone is available in Single SIM and Dual SIM versions, with a battery life of up to 25 and 31 days respectively. Not hours, DAYS.

The Nokia 150 - housed in a black or white polycarbonate, scratch-resistant shell - also comes equipped with keypad controls, a 2.4-inch screen, Bluetooth 3.0, as well as a built-in FM radio an MP3 player.

FUN FACT: Feature phones like these are unofficially called "dumb phones" - the literal opposite of "smartphone" - because they do not have the basic features of the phones most of us use today, such as selfie cameras, touchscreens, and Internet connectivity.

Taking the term "ultimate throwback" to another level, the phone also comes pre-loaded with the 2006 version of the classic 'Snake' game, 'Snake Xensia'!

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The phone retails at only USD26 (RM115.60) and will reportedly be released in the first quarter of 2017 in certain regions across Asia and Europe. For now, you can watch a teaser of the phone here:

Besides playing 'Snake' whenever you get your hands on your parents' handphone, which one of these have you experienced growing up?

The Internet was waaaaay different back then too:

But the video games we used to play will always have a special place in our '90s hearts:

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