Finally, we all can recall when the Nokia 3310 duped as the “Indestructible Device” was officially launched during the MWC and it really got a lot of people mad but not for some few countries including US!
After the launch of the phone, the network connectivity was not eligible, not accepted by the growing network in US, Canada & Australia. Fortunately, there are some new launch and new changes.
HMD Global has launched an updated version of its revived Nokia 3310. This time around, it packs a 3G radio and support for a handful of apps – like Facebook, Twitter, and Skype.
It features almost the same specifications as the regular version and a little to no difference in designs but there is a total difference in prices, we are looking at a price range of within $150 either less or higher.
With the 3G included, HMD has decided to increase the phone slightly — it’s 13.29% greater volume — saying it’s been ergonomically redesigned to enable more spacing between the buttons to make the typing experience more comfortable.
Battery life is reduced due to presence of the 3G, with only up to 6.5 hours of talk time now vs up 22.1 hours for the 2G version. (Although Nokia 3310 3G users get up to 27 days of standby time, which is up slightly on the 25.3 days touted for the 2G version.)
“The addition of 3G data connectivity brings this popular phone to even more fans around the world,” HMD writes in a press release. “The Nokia 3310 3G combines the talk and text appeal of the current model with a 3G data connection, meaning you can now enjoy the classic across more countries.”
The Nokia 3310 3G will be available from mid-October in several markets, including Australia and Canada and of course, there is going to be new Processor.
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