The Nokia 3310 4G variant has been officially announcedin China. The advanced feature phone has been listed on the company, HMD Global's official site in China and will be made available through China Mobile. This new phone includes faster 4G speeds and can function as a Wi-Fi hotspot. In case of the Nokia 3310 4G, support for Wi-Fi hotspot is also present, something that is absent from the JioPhone.
But before you get too excited after reading Android-based Nokia 3310, calm down. All four major telecom players, including Reliance Jio, Airtel, Vodafone and Idea, have substantially reduced data tariffs to boost 4G services in India.
The device has a 2.4-inch display with 320 * 240 resolution.
Considering the "essentially free" JioPhone is Nokia 3310's biggest rival in India, it'll be interesting to see how HMD convinces buyers to spend nearly twice the value of JioPhone's down payment value. Pricing and availability details of Nokia 3310 are also expected to be revealed at the event.
Wikie can say 'hello' and 'bye bye' Though the recordings are not ideal , they are recognizable, including when she says, " Amy ", the name of her trainer. They eat marine mammals such as seals, sea lions, and even whales, and are known to grab seals right off the ice.
The specifications of the Nokia 3310 4G are slightly modified, but the looks remain unchanged.
The handset having internal storage of 512 MB comes with microSD card support and a 1200mAh battery which can be charged via a microUSB port. It packs a 1.5GHz dual-core processor with 256MB RAM.
Camera: 2 MP Camera with No, LED Flash Light.
Reports have suggested that Nokia could build on the successes of previous year and not just announce a flagship in the form of Nokia 9, but cut across budget segments and unveil the Nokia 1 - expected to be its cheapest Android smartphone yet.
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