Nokia is tapping into our collective nostalgia by bringing back its 3310 phone, which is set to launch this year in a quartet of fresh colors. This modern iteration of the retro handheld features a 2.4-inch QVGA display and a 2-megapixel camera, along with a built-in MP3 player. There’s a microSD card slot so you can add your music library, and you can also access the web with a mini Opera browser. Additionally, the classic game Snake is back, and the battery allows for a talk time of 22 hours, or standby time of 31 days. Retailing for just 49 euros ($52), the Nokia 3310 is expected to launch in Q2 of this year.