Nokia 3310 with 4G LTE to launch in China
If you’re confused with the two current models of the new Nokia 3310, here’s another to add to the mix: China’s TENAA has just certified a new variant of the device that features a different software plus a new connectivity in tow.
Chinese regulatory body TENAA has certified the new Nokia 3310 variant which bears no difference on its physical appearance, except for a few internals, as it is now said to run with a Alibaba’s own YunOS mobile operating system and 4G connectivity. This comes just a few months after a 3G variant was launched in the market.
Nokia 3310 4G rumored specs:
2.4-inch curved window with polarized layer
16MB internal storage
expandable via microSD up to 32GB
2MP rear camera
Single-SIM or Dual-SIM
3.5mm headphone jack
Nokia Series 30+
Removable 1200 mAh battery
15.6 x 51 x 12.8 mm (dimensions)
No news on when this will launch, but seeing it on the Chinese regulating body may be a sign of an imminent release by early next year.