Nokia has launched Nokia 3310 3G variant in Australia as its 2017 version. The Nokia 3310 3G was announced by HMD Chief Marketing Officer Pekka Rantala. Nokia claimed that the company managed to sell “millions” units of the refurbished version of the Nokia 3310. The handset will go on sale in Australia starting October 16 and will be available via Optus and Vodafone mobile carriers. The last year launched Nokia 3310 handset came with several new features but missed one crucial thing high-speed mobile data access. The Web experience at that painfully slow speed is not something anyone would look forward to. To rectify this, the company has launched the Nokia 3310 3G variant that can browse the Internet on relatively faster speeds.
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Nokia 3310 3G Features and Specifications
Nokia 3310 3G features a 2.4-inch QVGA 240×320 pixels color display. The 3G version runs on ‘Feature OS powered by Java’, as per the company’s site. It comes with 64MB storage and storage is further expandable via microSD card up to 32GB. In terms of optics, it has a 2-megapixel camera with LED flash.
The Nokia 3310 3G packs a removable 1200mAh battery that is claimed to offer 24 days of standby time for dual-SIM variant. It includes a regular Micro-USB port and ditches the pin charger. It features Bluetooth 2.1 for pairing with speakers and other phones. The phone also features classic Snake game which has been optimised for the new color screen and also offers FM radio. It will be available in Azure, Charcoal, Warm Red, and Yellow colors. It measures 117×52.4×13.3mm and weighs roughly 88 grams for dual-SIM version.
Nokia 3310 3G Price and Availability
The handset will only be available in Australia, with a price tag of AUD 89.95 (roughly Rs. 4,600). It’s “global average price” will be EUR 69 (about Rs. 5,320), the company said in a post. In India, the new Nokia 3310 with 2G support was launched at Rs. 3,310 in June. The 3G model’s launch in India and how much it would cost is not known yet.