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4G variant of Nokia 3310 launched in China

The modern classical feature phone that is Nokia 3310 was launched at MWC event last year with 2G and 3G connectivity. Now HMD Global listed the upgraded 3rd variant that is Nokia 3310 4G on official Nokia website in China.

Nokia 3310 4G runs on YunOS, which is a separated version of Android developed by Alibaba while the outlook is same as the earlier version. The device is equipped with 2.4 inch QVGA color display having curved window with polarized layer for better readability in sunlight and 320×240 pixel of resolution. The device will support 4G VoLTE network, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n Bluetooth 4.0 and a headphone jack but support only single SIM slot.

It is equipped with 512MB of Internal Storage which can be expended up to 64GB via microSD card. With 256MB of RAM the device offers better performance as compared to the earlier model.
The phone sports a 2 megapixel rear camera with LED flash and it does not have front camera. It is powered by same 1200mAh of battery that Nokia claims to deliver up to 12 days of standby time on 4G networks and up to 16 hours of continuous music playback on single charge.

Display: 2.4-inch (240×320 pixels)
OS: YunOS (Android)
Storage: 512 MB
RAM: 256 MB
Rear Camera: 2 MP
Front Camera: N/A
Battery: 1200mAh

The HMD Global initially launched the Nokia 3310 4G in two color options which are Fresh blue and Deep Black. The device is most likely to be announce next month at MWC 2018 event in Spain with clarity of more information.

Since the earlier version was available in both single and dual SIM, therefore this model may also launch with dual SIM support globally. Stay tuned for upcoming news.

This phone is just made for simple tasks, for those who just want to take calls, leave some messages and nothing more. You can get it for elderly people, or as your secondary phone for calls.


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