According to a recent leak, Nokia will be releasing a homage to the 17-year old classic Nokia 3310 mobile phone later this year (currently slated for the European market, other markets unknown). The 3310, first released in 2000, is best known as an indestructible brick with almost magical battery life. I remember I had one in college. I put an aftermarket canary yellow case on it because that's just the kind of idiot I was at the time. The phone will allegedly be announced at the Mobile World Conference in Barcelona later this month, and sell for around €59 (~$62). It better come with Snake installed. Man, I remember dropping that phone so many times and never had a problem. Now I hit send on a text message too hard and my whole screen shatters and I accidentally forward a butt selfie to my entire family. *phone rings* IT WAS FOR MY DOCTOR.
Thanks to Jorge, who is going to buy ten of them and wear them all on belt clips and never need to recharge a battery until 2025.