The Nokia 3310 Gets 3G Support For The First Time

Sep

29

2017

Nokia has re-launched its new Nokia 3310 3G phone , but the new version of the phone has received support for 3G network technology for the first time, boosting network coverage on the phone. HMD plans to add two new colors to the phone, Lazuli and opaque color, with improved customization options so that users can edit the main screen and icons.

HMD, which specializes in the creation and marketing of branded mobile devices, plans to launch the new version of 3G in the UK in October, seven months after the new version of the old classic phone was announced through a cosmetic operation. And added some features that are suitable for the modern era such as Bluetooth and color screen and communication technology 2.5G, which seemed sufficient for a phone was not built to withstand heavy use or the use of the Internet.

The phone proved to be very popular in many markets, and it seems that the large amount of demand was behind the company’s decision to launch a new version of the Nokia 3310 phone including support for 3G communication technology. The company revealed that the cost of the global phone will be in the range of 70 euros, It is rumored that Nokia 3310 support for 3G networks will reach the United States, since the 2.5G support version has not reached the United States because it does not work on US networks.

“The re-launch of the Nokia 3310 was a global and cultural phenomenon in a world dominated by smartphones,” said Joho Sarvikas, chief product manager, HMD Global. “The handset was a combination of a beautiful phone and nostalgia for the simple past in the minds of consumers. The world is demanding this wonderful phone support for 3G networks, we have listened to fans and launched today the Nokia 3310 3G Booster. ”

The support of 3G networks will help the new phone reach many other additional markets that have completed the 2.5G network. The company promises that the new version supporting 3G networks will provide up to 6.5 hours of talk time compared to more than 22 hours over 2.5 G, while still having a battery life of up to 27 days of standby mode.

The original phone was launched 17 years ago, in 2000, and the original phone was known to have a battery life of up to weeks and the durability required to sell more than 100 million copies.

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