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Hey, it's Jake from The Verge and we have Nokia's re-released Matrix phone. They have updated the classic phone from the 90s, the slider, the banana phone for 2018, and now it has LTE and a larger screen. But otherwise, it's very much the same form factor. This shape is pretty ridiculous in 2018, but it works. There is a ton of nostalgia here, and I have wanted one ever since I saw the Matrix. I love the fact that HMD Global, which now makes Nokia phones, is bringing it back. I think they are entirely relying on that nostalgia for this thing to sell. But I absolutely don't care; I buy into it. In this case, the pricing is set to sell for under $100, and basically, HMD says that there are still over a billion people who are using feature phones. They think that through some combination of nostalgia, Nokia's recognizable brand name, and just being one of the few people still making decent feature phones, they can actually get some people to buy this thing. So obviously, the big deal here is the design. It has this curved shape on the outside, which is part of what gives it the nickname bananaphone. Also, it comes in yellow as well as a black color. There is a headphone jack on top; it charges over microUSB. There's a 2-megapixel camera on the back, and I've already taken a photo with it, and I can tell you it is terrible. The slider is not exactly great, but it's not about whether it's good or bad; it's about the fact that it was in the Matrix 20 years ago, and you know what, that is probably enough. You have to use a directional pad to navigate the interface; you have to use T9 to type...