'Nokia' is introducing a 4G version of its old-timey phone

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It is also expected that HMD Global might showcase the Nokia 3310 4G at the upcoming Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. In the home country, the Nokia 3310 4G will be available through China Mobile, reports. After struggling with ownership transfers for years, Finland-based HMD Global provided the phone brand with a dependable shelter to claim its lost fame.

Back in September 2017, HMD Global launched the 3G variant of the revived Nokia 3310.

Nokia 3310 4G comes in Deep Black and Fresh Blue colors.

The gadget is running on YunOS, Alibaba Group's OS in light of Android Open Source Project (AOSP).

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(MENAFN - Trend News Agency ) has officially unveiled the Nokia 3310 4G smartphone in China. It comes with a 2.4-inch LCD screen with QVGA resolution (240×320 pixels). Price updated Nokia 3310 is not reported, and its specifications in comparison with past year model have not changed: 320×240 points, 2.4 inches, battery 1200 mAh, microUSB port, input under earphones, Kamen 2 MP with flash, and Bluetooth 4.0. The handset is going to be sold in the country in early February and it is possible that users will be able to buy the smartphone outside of China, such as the US and Europe.

New Nokia 3310 4G is similar to Nokia 3310 3G phone but with better performance and different operating systems. The old school specs don't stop there as the camera tops out at 2-megapixels but does have an LED flash.

The small battery (1,200mAh) promises 12 days of standby and up to 15 hours of talk time on 2G, but that quickly drops to 5 hours if youre using VoLTE. The smartphone packs in 512MB of internal storage, offering an expansion facility through a microSD card slot (compatible with up to 64GB microSD cards). Moreover, the Nokia 3310 4G features VoLTE HD (voice over LTE) and allows users to turn it into a portable Wi-Fi hotspot and share their internet connection with other devices.

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