Most of it is nostalgia, but that didn't stop HMD Global launching a new version of the phone earlier this year. It will go on sale starting October 16th in Australia and will be available through JB Hi-Fi, Harvey Norman, Telstra, and Vodafone. The new Nokia 3310 additionally incorporates the general Micro-USB port and discard the stick charger.
"We are actively evaluating that space", Nokia India's country head Ajey Mehta told TeleAnalysis. Australia will be the first country where the phone will be available. However, there were some bad-talks about the device, as the network capability of the device was limited to just 2G. The phone is a dual sim phone and now supports 3G connectivity. Last week, HMD Global's Chief Product Officer, Juho Sarvikas, had teased an Android Oreo update for the Nokia 8. It'll retail for for €69 ($80.95/AU$$89.95). It runs on Feature OS powered by Java. Standby time has fallen from 31 days to 29 days, while talktime is touted as 6.5 hours.
The inclusion of the 3G radio makes it faster to download large files and some apps like Facebook, Twitter and Skype.
Everything more or less remain same, however, there is improvement in the 3G version. The Nokia 3310 3G has a talk time of 6.5 hours and a standby time of 27 days.
As far as availability, the Nokia 3310 however accompanied 2G bolster as it were. Nokia has introduced the all-new Retro UI that will let you customize the interface. The phone also features its classic Snake game optimised for the new color screen.
Though the design is the same, company has worked on the color schemes and now the device will be available in Yellow and Warm Red, and the all-new Azure and Charcoal hues.