Perhaps it isn’t just flip phones that are making a comeback. HMD Global, the Finnish company that produces Nokia phones, reportedly hopes to make a splash in the tech world this month by reintroducing a model first presented in the Y2K era. VentureBeat reports the company plans to unveil four new cell phones at Mobile World Congress on Feb. 26—including the Nokia 3 and Nokia 5, said to be budget versions of the Nokia 6, currently only available in China.
They’ll sell for $158 and $265, respectively. But coming in at the more affordable price of $63 is reportedly an updated version of the iconic Nokia 3310, first introduced in 2000.