Rated 3.8 out of 5 based off 1,739 ratings

Brand Nokia
Model Name Nokia 3310
Wireless Carrier Unlocked
Operating System Android
Cellular Technology 3G
Memory Storage Capacity 32 GB
Connectivity Technology Bluetooth 2.1, A2DP, microUSB 2.0
Color Charcoal
Screen Size 2.4 Inches
Wireless network technology GSM
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  • A modern Classic reborn in 3G: with an exceptionally long battery life
  • A colorful experience: comes in a variety of vibrant new colors and a customizable UI
  • You can still play the Classic Snake: with a modern look and feel. Bluetooth 2.1 for pairing with speakers and other phones
  • Camera description: 2.0

Color: Yellow

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Azure, Charcoal, Warm Red, Yellow

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kati powers
4.0 out of 5 stars

I love my Nokia 3310
Reviewed in the United States ?? on February 22, 2018
Color: Warm Red
Verified Purchase
If I could, I would have reviewed at 4.5 stars.

I love my Nokia 3310. I mostly use it for snake, text messaging, and phone calls. Sometimes I like to take crappy photos with the camera just to show off how un-smart my phone is. I don't need a nice camera on my phone. I have a nice camera and now that I don't have a smart phone I actually carry it with me. I'd attach my blurry nokia photos but I can only send them through bluetooth. Don't get me wrong, I love having the camera in case of emergencies.

The texting was a bit to get used to but all of the necessary options are there. I really like that you can switch between text function (T9, #, ect) easily with out going to a menu. My only complaint is that if you have long conversations with a person it sometimes takes a minute for everything to load. I have heard that some people erase messages for more memory but I haven't gotten there yet.

The phone calls work pretty well but once again it takes some getting used to the functions. I've had it for over a week now and I finally looked up how to hang up the phone call. (Those big square buttons actually have multiple functions depending on the location that you tap - or look at the illustrations on buttons).

Snake is better than ever with the endless mode. I really enjoy that you can switch the controller style. (I prefer the old school up,down,left,right) but there are many other versions that may suit different game play.

The phone has a timer, calculator, unit converter, flashlight, and voice recorder (you can make your own ringtones)

My students love to give me crap about my "trap phone" so I brag any chance I get. Today I told them I only have to charge it every 3 days (unless I'm playing snake) and then I threw it on the ground and told them I didn't have to worry about dropping it. A student asked me how much it was and I said less than $60! I told them that I have internet everywhere I go and I simply do not need a smart phone distracting me from my everyday life while in public and also I don't want to get hooked in the cycle of spending over $500 for a cell phone. I think I'm teaching them about the finer things in life.

Edit: I dropped it again to show off its durability and when it hit the ground one of the tabs on the outer case piece bent in and would not immediately snap back in place. However, I bent it back and it went back on with ease.

Edit 2: The screen will not survive being ran over by a Dodge Mini Van. But I will be purchasing the phone again.
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Ryoubi
4.0 out of 5 stars

UPDATE after 4 months of use
Reviewed in the United States ?? on February 7, 2018
Color: Warm Red
Verified Purchase
EDIT:

I've used the phone 40% of the time since April 2018. Heres my updated review

Pros:
- LONG!!! battery life
- The smaller profile makes talking on it or pocketing it very nice
- This may be personal, it's my favorite phone to use headphones to talk with
- LONG!!! battery
- Small touches to the camera software are interesting*
- The game snake, paired with nostalgia topped with public stares
- Headphone jack
- The recording software records calls if you need that
- Surprisingly has blue tooth, I only say that because would you expect it to?

Cons:
- a T9 keyboard makes typing crawl
- No 4G LTE (2g, 3g only)
- Incredibly poor Internet experience
- No GPS
- No wifi
- Poor picture quality (I still like them lol)
- No whats app
- A nearly non existent app store
- MSRP price point a bit high at $60
- Definitely won't replace your smart phone

Other notes:

Things like CNN, You tube, Amazon, Google, Facebook, Twitter, Gmail, Yahoo mail and etc have there own feature phone website. I've ordered through amazon on it, and it was fine, and a little annoying.

This WILL NOT replace your smart phone, it's a nice secondary though.

ORIGINAL POST BELOW:

If you need e-mail, FAST texting, HIGH speed internet, traditional apps, GPS, a good camera, Wi-Fi, 4g LTE or anything similar, this is not the phone for you. For most this is not going to be your primary phone.

Now that we are past that I’ve seen some misinformation in the reviews. Below are my responses to the incorrect information I’ve seen.

*The review photo shows the location of the quick settings button.*

- The volume can be quickly adjusted with a single key press. Use the quick settings key and it can be adjusted quickly. Some folks have stated they must go through the settings menu which is inaccurate.

- The phone does have predictive text. Just as the volume above simply hold down the quick settings key. It is right there. You can also turn this on from the text message menu. A review stated that it was unavailable.

- The phone does have silent. Simply push the quick settings key. You will find the option to silence the phone. A couple reviews said the opposite.

- You must use the correct SIM card size which is a micro SIM card. Do not attempt to use a nano SIM card. I’ve seen that cell phone stores installed the nano sim and blamed the phone for not working.

- You need to check with your carrier to ensure you’ll will have the network you need for the phone. Alternatively you can use Open Signal to verify 2g/3g in your area.

- The T9 texting is definitely a learning curve. The first letter of your sentence will capitalize automatically. (a review said it didn’t) Simply push the quick settings button during your text. You can switch from lower case, all caps, first letter caps and numbers.

- The manual indicates that a double SIM card version and a single SIM card version exists. HOWEVER Amazon and other sellers are not clear at all to which one they sell. Nokia hasn’t been clear on how to tell which one is it either. (The phone I bought directly from Amazon was a single SIM card)

I recommend you fully read the manual from the Nokia website. I took 10 mins to do that and it made a world of difference.

This phone is for:

Evening phone

Something to take to places high risk to your smart phone (water park, festivals)

Social media/digital cleanse

Very young children or senior citizens that have trouble with smart phones

Emergency phone

A spare phone when your smart phone battery runs out

I’m using this to take a break from social media and the news. I also use my iPhone 6s Plus still and that will not change.

There are many more positives and negatives to this phone. I have purposely chose to not include that in my review. I wanted to focus more on inaccuracies and uses. As there seemed to be some misinformation in other reviews.
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4.0 out of 5 stars UPDATE after 4 months of use
By Ryoubi on February 7, 2018
EDIT:

I've used the phone 40% of the time since April 2018. Heres my updated review

Pros:
- LONG!!! battery life
- The smaller profile makes talking on it or pocketing it very nice
- This may be personal, it's my favorite phone to use headphones to talk with
- LONG!!! battery
- Small touches to the camera software are interesting*
- The game snake, paired with nostalgia topped with public stares
- Headphone jack
- The recording software records calls if you need that
- Surprisingly has blue tooth, I only say that because would you expect it to?

Cons:
- a T9 keyboard makes typing crawl
- No 4G LTE (2g, 3g only)
- Incredibly poor Internet experience
- No GPS
- No wifi
- Poor picture quality (I still like them lol)
- No whats app
- A nearly non existent app store
- MSRP price point a bit high at $60
- Definitely won't replace your smart phone

Other notes:

Things like CNN, You tube, Amazon, Google, Facebook, Twitter, Gmail, Yahoo mail and etc have there own feature phone website. I've ordered through amazon on it, and it was fine, and a little annoying.

This WILL NOT replace your smart phone, it's a nice secondary though.

ORIGINAL POST BELOW:

If you need e-mail, FAST texting, HIGH speed internet, traditional apps, GPS, a good camera, Wi-Fi, 4g LTE or anything similar, this is not the phone for you. For most this is not going to be your primary phone.

Now that we are past that I’ve seen some misinformation in the reviews. Below are my responses to the incorrect information I’ve seen.

*The review photo shows the location of the quick settings button.*

- The volume can be quickly adjusted with a single key press. Use the quick settings key and it can be adjusted quickly. Some folks have stated they must go through the settings menu which is inaccurate.

- The phone does have predictive text. Just as the volume above simply hold down the quick settings key. It is right there. You can also turn this on from the text message menu. A review stated that it was unavailable.

- The phone does have silent. Simply push the quick settings key. You will find the option to silence the phone. A couple reviews said the opposite.

- You must use the correct SIM card size which is a micro SIM card. Do not attempt to use a nano SIM card. I’ve seen that cell phone stores installed the nano sim and blamed the phone for not working.

- You need to check with your carrier to ensure you’ll will have the network you need for the phone. Alternatively you can use Open Signal to verify 2g/3g in your area.

- The T9 texting is definitely a learning curve. The first letter of your sentence will capitalize automatically. (a review said it didn’t) Simply push the quick settings button during your text. You can switch from lower case, all caps, first letter caps and numbers.

- The manual indicates that a double SIM card version and a single SIM card version exists. HOWEVER Amazon and other sellers are not clear at all to which one they sell. Nokia hasn’t been clear on how to tell which one is it either. (The phone I bought directly from Amazon was a single SIM card)

I recommend you fully read the manual from the Nokia website. I took 10 mins to do that and it made a world of difference.

This phone is for:

Evening phone

Something to take to places high risk to your smart phone (water park, festivals)

Social media/digital cleanse

Very young children or senior citizens that have trouble with smart phones

Emergency phone

A spare phone when your smart phone battery runs out

I’m using this to take a break from social media and the news. I also use my iPhone 6s Plus still and that will not change.

There are many more positives and negatives to this phone. I have purposely chose to not include that in my review. I wanted to focus more on inaccuracies and uses. As there seemed to be some misinformation in other reviews.
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