HMD Global, the Finnish company who owns the license to use Nokia’s brand name on phones and tablets is reportedly working on the launch of Nokia 3310 (2017) 4G variant. the details of new variant were spotted on TENAA, China’s telecommunications certification authority website which revealed the specification and pictures of device.
As per the listing spotted on TENAA, the new Nokia 3310 (2018) 4G variant supports connectivity options such as TD-LTE / TD-SCDMA and GSM standard and runs on Alibaba’s YunOS operating system, which is based on Android operating system.
To quickly recalled, HMD Global officially launched the revamped version of the iconic Nokia 3310 along with the Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and the Nokia 6 smartphone at Mobile World Congress, 2017 held in Barcelona.
The Nokia 3310 (2017) brings the iconic silhouette of the original with refreshed design, new push buttons, rounded edges and a new UI which is similar to the classic. the new curved screen windows is also designed for better sunlight readability. it also ditched the old pin charger, in favor of the new Micro-USB 2.0 port.
The device features a long lasting battery just like the original 3310 which claims to offer maximum standby time up-to 31 days, maximum talk time up-to 22.1 hours, maximum MP3 play back time up-to 51 hours,and a maximum FM radio playback up-to 39 hours.
The highlight feature of the device is that it comes with the legendary Snake game which is now updated for the new colour screen.
Coming to the specifications, The revamped version of the iconic Nokia 3310 sports a 2.4-inch QVGA color display which runs on Nokia Series 30+ operating system. the device is also packed with 2-megapixel camera with LED flash and comes with 16MB of internal storage which is further expandable upto 32GB via MicroSD card support. the device is backed by a removable 1200mAh battery and includes connectivity options like 2G network speed, (USB2.0) Micro-USB, Bluetooth 3.0 and 3.5mm audio jack.
The device is also packed with apps like FM Radio and MP3 player and measures at 115.6 x 51 x 12.8 mm.
Source – TENAA