HMD Global is expected to release Nokia 3310 4G variant 19th January 2018. From the last couple of weeks, we have seen few leaks suggesting HMD Global to also launch the 4G variant of the new Nokia 3310. Now, this upcoming feature phone is listed on TENAA with the model number TA-1077.
The photos of the device have been released on the official TENAA pages. The listing confirms the device as being TD-LTE capable. Interestingly, the listing also reveals that the phone will be powered by Alibaba’s YunOS platform.
The Yun OS is developed based on the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) and lacks the Google Play Services support. It will feature some popular social media apps like Facebook, Skype, and Twitter.
HMD Global first launched a 2G only model of Nokia 3310 but it won’t work in markets like Australia, Singapore, and the Netherlands, where there is no 2G network support. Later in September 2017, the company came up with the Nokia 3310 3G variant with increased internal storage and new color options. The 3G version was around 13% larger than the 2G model, featuring better spacing between buttons for an improved typing experience.
The Nokia 3310 4G variant is expected to be priced relatively higher than the 3G and 2G variants of the device. Stay tuned for more details.
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