Nokia 3310 Specs: 2MP Camera, 2G Data, Snake Game Equipped For $52
Nokia 3310 remains to spark everyone's imagination even to this day. This is why a lot of people are interested to know more about the newly revamped 2017 edition of the classic mobile phone.
Although Nokia 3310 will reportedly take some features from the original, some visual and hardware upgrades are confirmed to come to the phone. Initial reports indicate a new color 2.4-inch QVGA display, which is a major upgrade from the original version with black and white screen. In addition, a new glossy paint job with a thinner and better feeling in the hand is also expected.
Nokia 3310 is also reported to come with a microUSB port for charging capabilities, a microSD slot and a 2MP rear camera, including a headphone jack. Moreover, the new version will also feature a 2G data, basic web browsing, phone calls and texting through T9.
The new Nokia 3310 will return along with its classic game Snake. Nokia's secret weapon is reported to have a comeback with the same 2D experience like the original, however, the game has been upgraded with some little touches like the color. Meantime, the upcoming phone is expected to hit the market in the second quarter of 2017 for $52, Android Authority reported.
Nokia 3310, meanwhile, may have been updated in many parts, but the new version is limited only to communicate with networks that use the similar old frequencies. The device only allows 900 MHz and 1800 MHz, uses for the handsets with 2G that used to send calls and texts prior to the current mobile internet technology.
This means that the new Nokia 3310 will unlikely be usable in some countries given that it does not connect to the network. Furthermore, the handset is also expected to eventually become obsolete even in those markets that Nokia targets, as regulators shut down unused frequencies to be utilized instead for other purposes, Independent reported. Watch the new Nokia 3310 here:
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