Nokia 3310 Will Have 3G Version With Fast Internet

Nokia 3310
HMD Global officially revived the Nokia 3310 iconic device at the Mobile World Congress in February. HMD Global released smaller and better size version phones in 2G network version in May and June of this year. However, the 2G connectivity network is no longer supported in a number of countries, such as Singapore, New Zealand, the Netherlands and the United States. Knowing this, HMD decided to release Nokia 3310 with 3G network connectivity support.

The new device will be visited Australia as its first market, on 16 October. Meanwhile, other countries such as Singapore will be greeted by the new version of the phone in late October.

A number of mobile operators from Australia, including Telstra and Optus, have suspended their 2G network operations, while Vodafone will end service in the country by March 31, 2018, and Singapore has suspended the network in April.

Available in Australia from October 16th, and will be followed by a global launch, the 3310 3G model will be available in Yellow, Warm Red, Azure and Charcoal colors. This phone will be marketed for EUR69 or about US $ 80.95.

This phone is still present with support 2.4-inch polarized color screen, 2 megapixel rear camera with LED flash support, and 16GB of internal memory with microSD slot support up to 32GB capacity. Nokia 3310 3G supported talk time of 6.5 hours and standby time of up to 27 days.

Additional information, the first generation Nokia 3310 was launched in 2000, and equipped with iconic and popular games of its time, Snake. The game is also available on Nokia 3310 version 2017 as well as Nokia 3310 3G version, with a higher level of reported difficulty.

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