As mentioned above, the company is yet to reveal the pricing details of the Nokia 3310 4G variant. Mobile phones have come a long way since the time when the Nokia 3310 reigned supreme but HMD Global, the company that's making Nokia-branded handsets now, has slowly but surely brought it back into the modern age.
Nokia 3310 4G will be accessible in two colour choices - Fresh Black and Deep Black. The 4G VoLTE enabled Nokia 3310 runs on YunOS 5.2.0., an operating system made by the based on the Android Open Source Project. The device sports a 2.4-inch QVGA curved window color display with a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels. But HMD has no word on Nokia 3310 4G's arrival in the country.
Apart from YunOS, 4G connectivity and Wi-Fi support, the phone is more or less similar to the standard 2G variant of the Nokia 3310.
So far, we know that the Nokia 3310 4G is coming to China in early February, but we aren't sure which other markets will get it and when. Probably for the best since it's working with 256MB of RAM and 512MB of storage, too little for even Android Go.
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A microSD card space is accessible for expandable capacity (up to 64GB). In design aspect, the phone looks same as the original Nokia 3310 which was launched at MWC a year ago. The handset has a 2MP primary camera at its rear along with LED flash.
Reports suggest it may also support WhatsApp.
The connectivity features available on the Nokia 3310 4G are 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, microUSB, Bluetooth 4.0, and 3.5mm audio jack.
Featuring the same design as the previous Nokia 3310 refresh that was announced past year, the latest iteration of the iconic smartphone will now allow you to experience more than just ample "screen on" time and standby battery life.