Last year, Nokia’s iconic 3310 made an iconic comeback.

A new version of Nokia 3310  just made its way into the TENNA listing and the listing shows that the newer variant of Nokia 3310 will have support for 4G. The images posted in the listing shows the design, including the alphanumeric keypad.
Interestingly, the newer variant of Nokia 3310 will run on YunOS operating system that is developed by Alibaba Group. According to the official website of YunOS, the operating system now powers over 157 million devices which include smartphones, smart TVs and connected cars and more.

According to the reports from Nokia Power user, the company will launch Nokia 3310 4G variant alongside Nokia 6 (2018) in January 2018. Several reports also suggest that HMD global will organize an event in China to announce the upcoming flagship smartphone Nokia 9. However, there is no official statement on this though.

The upcoming 4G variant of Nokia 3310 is expected to have the same specifications as the Nokia 3310 (2017). It will have 2.4inch QVGA screen along with 16MB Internal storage which can be expanded up to 32GB. It comes with a 2MP camera along with LED flash support. The phone provides the talk time of up 6.5hours and standby of up to 24 days.

The price of the 3G version was a bit high , I hope Nokia doesn't play the expensive phone card here.

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