After being launched as a feature phone last year, HMD Global releases another variant of the Nokia 3310-this time with 4G LTE.

This means that this new model has support for VoLTE and TD-LTE, along with WiFi connectivity should you choose to use it as a personal hotspot.

Interestingly, the 3310 4G has 512MB internal storage and 256MB RAM and runs on YunOS, which is an Alibaba-developed OS that is based on Android (but we doubt if those specs can even run Android Go). It’s 1200mAh battery is claimed to last up to 12 days of standby, 15 hours of 2G talk time, and 5 hours of VoLTE.



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