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  • - Hey guys, this is Austin.

  • This is the legendary Nokia 3310.

  • In addition to being a lot of people's

  • very first cell phone,

  • it also has a reputation for being basically indestructible.

  • Fast forward to 2018, though, and Nokia has released this,

  • a brand-new version of the 3310.

  • So, I mean, it wasn't even like I had a choice.

  • Of course I had to get one.

  • Take a look at the box, and you're gonna see something

  • that looks very, very similar to the original 3310.

  • Of course, one of the best features of this phone

  • was the games, or, well, the game.

  • Snake, in fact, was probably

  • the best game on any phone ever.

  • Fight me, I don't care.

  • (Austin laughing)

  • What was that, fight me?

  • I don't think anyone's gonna fight me over Snake.

  • Everyone agrees on that, right?

  • Put the new and the old 3310 side by side,

  • and you see they have a lot of similarities.

  • Of course, the newer one has a much larger screen,

  • but one of the important things is

  • is that because it's going to be so thin and light,

  • it actually kind of makes sense as a secondary phone.

  • So maybe you just want a backup phone,

  • or maybe you just want something to go off the grid

  • for a weekend or something and not have to

  • worry about people Facebook messaging you

  • and emails, and, I don't know.

  • Can this thing do email, actually?

  • It probably can, right?

  • These are not cheap, by the way.

  • I think the Nokia 3310, this one cost me around $60,

  • so you can get a low-end smartphone for that.

  • However, you definitely don't get

  • that kind of cool retro Nokia vibes from it.

  • Continuing on, the first thing we get is the charger,

  • so thankfully, this is now in 2018,

  • and well, 2016, 'cause we're using a micro USB cable,

  • but it's a lot better than the stupid barrel plug

  • on the original 3310.

  • We also surprisingly get a headset.

  • That's actually kind of impressive.

  • Does this have a...

  • Oh, there you go.

  • Got a headphone jack right there.

  • I don't know how you actually get music on this.

  • In fact, I actually don't know that much about this at all.

  • So it does say on the box that it's got the Opera App Store,

  • so we actually might have some flexibility

  • on what we're doing with it.

  • Pop off the back, and the first thing we see

  • is the battery spot, as well as a slot

  • for not only a Micro SIM, but also a Micro SD card.

  • You know, for when you want to store

  • all your sick '90s jams.

  • Okay, so, that was the simplest phone set up process ever.

  • So at least we're getting a full-color display.

  • Unlock, press Star to unlock, okay.

  • Oh wow, so we actually have Snake, Facebook, camera.

  • We've got the mobile store.

  • You even have a Twitter app.

  • This actually might not be that bad.

  • Of course, though, the only game

  • that anyone really cares about is Snake.

  • No!

  • Oh, oh, wait, wow, that was really generous.

  • Oh, I have a super-wide head.

  • Oh, you don't even need to hit on the,

  • necessarily, right on the mark.

  • It has Snake, but it's not the real Snake.

  • I will say, though, this actually, at first glance,

  • doesn't seem like it's going to be that far off.

  • I was expecting something with no apps,

  • something that was gonna be super-basic

  • just for texts and calls, but we do have some apps.

  • We have a Twitter app.

  • We have a couple games that aren't Snake.

  • So let's see if I can actually use this for a day.

  • So it is time to use the Nokia 3310,

  • and there's actually a lot of weird stuff with this phone.

  • Now, the response from this actually isn't too bad.

  • So I have a list of apps.

  • Well, apps, they're mostly just web apps,

  • because there is Opera Mobile on this guy.

  • Oh wow, we have 30 megabytes of phone memory free,

  • but I guess we could use that micro SD card slot

  • to put more than three MP3s on it.

  • Oh, I've got a flashlight.

  • Excellent!

  • Revolutionary technology.

  • There's so much weird stuff with this.

  • Here comes my favorite part,

  • typing out my entire Twitter credentials

  • on the little T9 keyboard.

  • Oh, ho, ho!

  • We are on glorious twitter.com for Mobile!

  • That looks exactly like 2012, actually.

  • I mean, this kind of works.

  • It looks a little broken.

  • It's definitely slow, but, I mean, it works.

  • Alright, wait, can I reply?

  • Where do you...

  • Oh, I think that's it.

  • Wait, this button is reply?

  • Uh-oh, wait, did I just retweet?

  • Oh, I didn't, okay.

  • That's reply.

  • So you really have to consider

  • what you're going to text or tweet from this,

  • because it takes a while to text

  • if you're lame and you've forgotten how to use

  • a T9 keyboard like I have.

  • I think Ken's getting frustrated with

  • how long it takes for me to type on this thing.

  • I've officially written a 123-character tweet,

  • and I have proof this was, in fact, written on a Nokia 3310.

  • Alright, so it is time to use the Nokia 3310 for real.

  • It's gonna be a little bit of challenge, but honestly,

  • after playing with it for just a few minutes,

  • it's actually not that far out of date.

  • I mean, some stuff seems kind of okay?

  • Of course, what better way to test

  • than with some proper retro-looking headphones?

  • So you do have to use a Micro SD card to actually--

  • Oop.

  • (clearing throat)

  • Wrong phone.

  • I meant to grab the one in this pocket,

  • which actually does have a headphone jack.

  • It's a little tinny,

  • but it's much better than we expected

  • out of a tiny little feature phone like this.

  • I'll say, it's actually not that hard to use.

  • Everything is pretty responsive.

  • I mean, obviously we're not running Android or anything,

  • but can I actually multitask?

  • Oh, I can, so I can move around

  • while still listening to music.

  • (pop music)

  • it actually doesn't sound that bad.

  • (Austin laughing)

  • What I really wanna try is the camera.

  • That's what we call not a lot of dynamic range.

  • Hang on, wait, how do I do a selfie?

  • Uh, okay. (phone chiming)

  • Five, four, three, two...

  • (phone chiming)

  • Wow, it actually works!

  • That doesn't look like the worst thing I've ever seen.

  • Okay, okay.

  • So what have we learned?

  • Well, first of all, this is definitely

  • not a replacement for a smartphone.

  • However, if you want something

  • that is going to be small, lightweight,

  • and hopefully should survive a quick little drop,

  • it should be fine, right?

  • Hey, it's fine.

  • I had no doubts.

  • I mean, this is carpet, to be fair.

  • But, the nice thing is,

  • because it's so small and lightweight,

  • it's easy to be able to carry this around

  • as a secondary device, or if you're just someone

  • who doesn't really want to deal with a smartphone

  • and wants something that should be

  • a little bit simpler to, you know, call, text,

  • listen to some sick 2003 jams,

  • the Nokia 3310's actually not gonna be too bad.

  • So, as always, I will find a link to this guy

  • and put it in the description.

  • Thing's like 60 bucks or so.

  • But I'm curious, would you actually ever

  • want to pick up a 3310?

  • Let me know in the comments below

  • and I will catch you in the next one.

- Hey guys, this is Austin.

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新しいノキア3310はそれだけの価値がありますか? (Is the New Nokia 3310 Worth It?)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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