Outside of the upgrade to 4G capabilities and the fact that the phone will be running an Android operating system, we don't know very much about the upcoming Nokia 3310. Alibaba's Yun OS is the custom version of the Android OS.
As earlier it was said that Nokia will launch four devices in 2018. It won't be until September until new 3G versions enabled AT&T and T-Mobile subscribers to use the phone with their network providers in the USA, as The Verge notes. However, it seems that the 3310 could be undergoing a complete "soul overhaul" with the 4G version of the 3310. No specs belonging to the Nokia 4 and Nokia 7 Plus have been leaked, but judging by the name, we would expect that the Nokia 7 Plus will sport a display larger than the 5.2-inches seen on the Nokia 7.
The device will reportedly feature an HD IPS-LCD display.
While NOKIA 2 isn't exactly getting the perks of an Android Go such as curated Go Edition apps on the Google app store, it's a good thing that HMD is keeping their promises. This variant is available in India at a price of Rs.3310.More news: Dense fog engulfs Delhi-NCR, visibility zero
HMD Global may be gearing up to launch the Nokia 4 and Nokia 7 Plus as part of its 2018 smartphone lineup, an APK file for the default Nokia camera app has revealed.
New information has arrived to reveal two new phones coming this year.
The TA-1054 model measures 8.15mm in thickness and weighs 172grams, which is slightly on the higher side compared to the 167grams original Nokia 6. There's no doubt that there's a market for high-end flagships, and the majority of the people are becoming more and more reliant on a phone that can act as a pocket-sized computer, but for those of us who need a phone that just plain "works", The Nokia 3310 4G is an attractive option with a rapidly approaching release.
According to the listed specifications, the all new Nokia 3310 will come with the support of TD-LTE, TD-SCDMA, and GSM networks.