: HMD Global, the company that hold the license to manufacture Nokia branded phones, launched the re-imagined version of Nokia 3310 with 2G support. However, now it seems that the company will launch the 4G version of the device.
According to Chinese certification website TENAA, the company will launch the 4G version of Nokia 3310 next year. The phone with model number TA-1077 has received TENAA certification. As per earlier rumours it is expected that the 4G version of Nokia 3310 will run on YunOS, which is a customised version of Android.
The listing also reveals that the 4G version will come with similar set of specifications. The device is expected to sport a 2.4-inch QVGA display and 2MP rear camera with LED flash. The phone is also said to come with Bluetooth, FM Radio, microSD expansion slot and Dual SIM support. It is also expected that the 4G version will be backed by a 1200mAh battery. It is expected that the company will launch the phone at MWC 2018 along with the Nokia 6 (2018).recently, the company also announced that Nokia 2 will directly receive Android Oreo 8.1 update skipping the Oreo 8.0 update. HMD Global’s Chief product officer Juho Sarvikas has confirmed the new via Twitter. He tweeted, “It will receive Android Oreo. 1GB RAM devices will be supported on 8.1 release where many of the Android Go memory management improvements will be integrated. Nokia 2 performance will only get better over time!”