Nokia today announced its much awaited refreshed version of its iconic Nokia 3310 feature phone at MWC 2017. The phone comes with improved design and better specifications. We have got our hands on the phone so let’s take a detailed look at the hardware and specifications.
First up, the major upgrade for the refreshed Nokia 3310 is the color display. It sports a 2.4 inch QGVA display with polarized layer that claims to offer better sunlight visibility. The Nokia branding is present at the top of the display.
Being a feature phone, the device sports number keys with push buttons for home, back, menu.
There are no buttons on either sides of the phone. It has a refreshed UI with nods to the original.
A 3.5mm audio headphone jack is present at the bottom while the micro USB port on the top.
At the back you have the 2 megapixel rear camera with LED flash light. Loudspeaker grill and the Nokia branding are also present at the back.
The phone has a plastic body but feels sturdy to hold. It measures 115.6 x 51 x 12.8 mm and
It comes with a torch and brings back nostalgia with the most popular game Snake.
It has a removable back cover and comes in single as well as dual SIM variants. The phone has 16MB of inbuilt storage that can be expanded upto 32GB via a micro SD card.
Unfortunately, the new Nokia 3310 supports only 2G connectivity and lacks 3G/4G support. It supports GSM 900/1800 MHz bands. The phone has a stand by time of 31 days and the company claims that the device can offer a talk time of 22 hours. It has a micro USB port.
Nokia 3310 will be up for grabs in glossy yellow, red, matte grey and dark blue color options. The feature phone will be available both single SIM and dual SIM variant starting Q2 this year for 49 Euros (~INR 3,500).
Sneha contributed to this post.