Whether it's social media fatigue or the brutality of brunch-planning group chats, many reasons present themselves to step back to a less computer-like mobile phone. One of the world's former favorites—the Nokia 3310—might be making a comeback, according to Evan "Evleaks" Blass. Blass has reported that Nokia owner HMD Global plans to launch an updated version of the 3310. It would be the second "dumb phone" from the brand, since the Nokia 150. The basic handset would retail for a very inexpensive amount and hopefully include many of the features that made it so popular the first time around, including a battery that seems to last forever and the ability to take a fall quite well.