If you've seen The Matrix, you may have caught a glimpse of Neo's nifty slider handset. For those who always dreamed of copping it, now's your chance – Nokia's 8110, aka the "banana phone," is set to return this May as a new and improved smart device.
Produced by HMD (a Nokia affiliate company), the new 8110 will run on a Smart Feature OS, which sadly means no access to Android apps, but is more than compensated for with its own app store allowing access to Facebook and other third-party applications.
The phone also includes LTE support and 4GB of storage. In terms of size, the new device has a 2.4-inch display and a 2-megapixel camera on the back.
For those accustomed to Nokia, users will also have access to a revamped Snake game backed by 25 days of battery standby.
Available in black and yellow, the Nokia 8110 will be available in May for just €79 (approx. $97). We'll keep you updated on where to cop.
In other design news, Samsung officially unveiled its S9 and S9+ smartphones.