After years spent in a smartphone bum fight; pleading for scraps from the Apple and Samsung table, Nokia did the right thing and announced the return of the 3310: the world's only totally, scientifically proven invincible phone.
But there are going to be a few modern changes to the classic design.
Having sold 126 million units since its release in 2000, the 2017 version of the 3310 will be slimmer, lighter and will feature a colour display (not HD), according to technology website VTech.
Discontinued in 2005, Nokia's resurrected flagship phone will cost £49 and come in a new range of colours, including red, green and yellow, as well as original navy... for the purists, of course.
Set to be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next week, the new and improved 3310 is being targeted at European consumers (and drug dealers) who may want to use it as a cheap, reliable second phone. Which is all well and good, but does it have Snake, Nokia?
Does it have Snake?