The existence of the simple feature phone had been leaked earlier this month.The new 3310 has been brought to the market by HMD Global Oy, a Finnish company which bought the rights to the Nokia brand last year.It can also record the time taken for light to pass through the body, allowing the device to also detect the scattered light.
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Snake is back Remember Snake, that simple four button game that used to be an addictive time sink, well it is back.
The new version will keep its simple 2D gameplay but will have a multicoloured art style instead of a monochrome look of old.5.
This makes it nearly impossible to get a clear picture of where the endoscope is.
The new camera takes advantage of advanced technology that can detect individual particles of light, called photons, the team explains.
Experts have integrated thousands of single photon detectors onto a silicon chip, similar to that found in a digital camera.
The technology is so sensitive that it can detect the tiny traces of light that pass through the body’s tissue from the light of the endoscope.
The rumours were true - the iconic Nokia 3310 is back and it even has Snake.