While you'll have to reintroduce yourself to predictive text to get it up and running, it's at least a nod to the years that have passed since the 3310 was last in the market.
At the start of this month, HMD Global, the current parent of Nokia officially confirmed that its three mid-range smartphones- the Nokia 3, the Nokia 5, and the Nokia 6 will receive Android 8.0 Oreo update.
The Nokia 3310 is expected to be available in markets from mid-October.
A special edition Vladminir Putin model is also available in Russian Federation for the bargain price of £1,300, but that's still only available with a 2G connection.
However, instead of launching a 3G enabled device, the company could have gone with the 4G capable smartphone, which would have made a huge impact in the developing countries like India and China. However, some rumors have claimed that the Nokia 2 would be made official as early as October 5.
The Nokia 3310 3G packed with 2.4 inches QVGA display which offers 240×320 pixels of resolutions. The phone would be powered by a Qualcomm's entry-level Snapdragon 210 chipset with 1GB of RAM. In the land down under, it will be available via two mobile carriers, namely Optus and Vodafone. The feature phone sports the same look as the original one except for 3G connectivity support.
Support for 3G will likewise future-evidence the telephone in different markets that may eliminate 2G network at a later point. It is backed by a 1200mAh battery. If this is to be believed, then the Nokia 2 will setup a new benchmarks in the smartphones industry around the world. That price puts it firmly in budget phone territory, but what's it actually like to use?
The feature phone was launched first in Australia which is surprising considering the fact that the company has a huge fan following in the United States, Brazil and India among many other regions.
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