HMD Global yesterday unveiled an update or a new version of Nokia’s popular Nokia 3310 4G phone, which is historically the third generation of this handset after the first version was unveiled last year.
As highlighted in the title, the most prominent feature is support for 4G network connection, which means that the Nokia 3310 4G can connect to the Internet at high speeds and you can benefit from this in some applications and few pre-installed on the operating system YunOS. YunOS basically a linux based operating system.
You can also take advantage of 4G calls in high quality via the VoLTE feature and also supports the Internet broadcast phone, which you can use Hotspot and wireless router to broadcast the Internet to your other devices.
The rest of the Nokia 3310 4G specifications are virtually unchanged. The phone has a 2.4-inch screen, 256MB RAM with 512MB storage capacity, expandable up-to 64GB. Its sports a 1200mAh battery, 12 hours standby and 5 hours of VoLTE calls and 31 radio listening hours.
The phone will be available in February in Beijing and the company has not disclosed the price.