The Nokia 3310 (2017) edition that was introduced in February this year only carried support for 2G networks. Since 2G is no longer available in some countries like the U.S. and Australia, the Nokia 3310 (2017) was not released in such markets. In September, HMD Global had introduced its 3G version and it was first made available in Australia. It was also released in Singapore. The 3G Nokia 3310 has also arrived in the U.S. with a pricing of $59.99.
The 3G variant is now available on pre-orders in the U.S. through Best Buy. It comes in four color choices such as Azure, Charcoal, Warm Red and Yellow. The handset does not support CDMA networks like Verizon and Sprint. Since it is a GSM device, it carries support for networks like AT&T, T-Mobile, Cricket and MetroPCS. The shipments of the Nokia 3310 3G will begin on Oct. 29.
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The Nokia 3310 3G has a 2.4-inch LCD display that carries support for 240 x 320 resolution. It has an internal storage of 16 MB and it comes with an additional storage slot that supports up to 32 GB of microSD card. The phone also includes an FM radio app that allow users to directly record audio from the radio.
It has a 2-megapixel camera and it is fueled by a 1,200mAh battery. The phone also features a new edition of the popular “Snake” game. Previous reports have revealed that compared to the 2G model, the 3G variant features refreshed UI and some customizations.
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