As the year draws to an end, nothing could give you a better glimpse down the memory lane as well as the Nokia 3310. This phone made a comeback this year in a new avatar, however, the phone lacked a key feature – 4G connectivity. As per recent TENAA spotting the upcoming variant of the phone will fill in this shortcoming as well.
The Nokia 3310 4G variant will be available with a model number TA-1077. This feature phone was first spotted by NokiaPowerUser (NPU) on the Chinese certification website. The phone has similar features as the non-4G variant. In terms of design, the phone sports a plastic design. On the front, it is fitted with a 2.4-inch QVGA screen having a resolution of 240 X 320 pixels. On the flipside is where a 2-megapixel primary camera coupled with LED flash are situated.
Underneath its hood, the Nokia 3310 is powered by a decent 1200mAh battery located underneath its hood. This battery can efficiently power the phone for up to 23 days of standby. Nokia has equipped the phone with a mere 16MB of storage which can thankfully be expanded externally up to 32GB through a microSD card slot.
Initially, the phone was launched in just a 2G variant, which was closely followed by the 3G variant. Currently, the phone is priced at Rs. 3,446. With most mobile carriers in India such as Vodafone and Airtel introducing 4G and VoLTE, the new Nokia 3310 4G variant will be a great device to buy for people looking for a low-cost entry level phone. What are your thoughts?