The decision of HMD and Nokia to revitalize Nokia 3310 with 3G support strongly suggests that feature phones are not going to die very soon.
There is hope for the whole world to get hold of 3G enabled 3310 as it was revealed in Australia when HMD’s top executive Nummela hinted that Australian market wouldn’t be deprived of legendary Nokia 3310 and hence a 3G version was the part of plans.
The executive announced that there was a huge demand for the Nokia 3310 (2017) handset in the industry and the brand was interested in meeting the need of its customers. Due to the huge wow factor, we have already seen either fake Nokia’s or their replicas by various brands.
The comment of the CEO cannot be taken lightly because it is a kind of guarantee that the firm will be definitely working on a 3G enabled Nokia feature phone.
The specification of Nokia 3310 (2017) model include a handset equipped with a display that is 2.4 inches in size and has QVGA resolution, and it is developed using Nokia’s 30+ classification platform.
It has an adequate 16Mb of storage capacity that can be increased up till 32 GB by installing a microSD card.
The Nokia 3310 has been created with a 2MP back camera that is coupled with LED flash. The phone is powered by the 1200mAh battery that can support 22 hours of conversation time and 31 days of backup time on standby mode.
Other specifications of the phone set include 2G connectivity, option for dual-SIM, a music player that plays MP3 files, an FM Radio and a 3.5mm port for audio output.
To find out more about the new and old version of Nokia 3310 you can read our report here.
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