Earlier in the month, Nokia announced the comeback of Nokia 3310 saying that the company will showcase the phone at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain on February 26th. The company will showcasing its Nokia 3310 along-with Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6.

When the company announced the launch of Nokia 3310, they didn’t mentioned any specifications or pricing. But a new report suggests that the upcoming Nokia 3310 will have a thinner and lighter body compared with the original one and will also come with a bigger multi-colored screen.

The original 3310 featured an 84 x 84 monochromatic screen but it will now be replaced by a bigger color display. Nokia managed to sell as many as 125 million units of the 3310 worldwide since its release, back in 2000.

It remains to be seen whether the phone still retains its durability after the changes.