Sure, leaks of its announcement sent nostalgic fans into a frenzy. But is it actually any good?
We decided to put the retro device's two-megapixel camera through its paces, and compared it to the camera found in a rather more premium handset — the iPhone 7.
Read on to see how it fared in Business Insider's real-world test. The results may, or may not, surprise you.
To start, we've got a street view, in bright, sunny conditions. On the left is the iPhone's shot, on the right is the 3310. Drag the slider to compare them.
Right from the offset, the Nokia 3310 struggles to compete. Colours are washed out, and it capture much less detail. The fine brickwork the iPhone picks up on is nowhere to be seen. There's also unsightly lens flare from the sun creeping into the centre of the image.
The 3310 is no better when it comes to macro photography. Colours are desaturated and fine detail is lost, even with optimal lighting conditions. And there's not a hint of the depth-of-field effect we see on Apple's camera.