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Nokia 3310 4G Variant Certified By TENAA

The TENAA listing for the LTE-equipped Nokia 3310 shows off a phone identical to existing versions of the Nokia 3310 (2017) but it includes compatibility with some 4G LTE bands.

HMD Global is likely to unveil the Nokia 9 along with a Nokia 8 (2018) on 19th January 2018. Apart from these, the company is also said to launch the 4G feature phone alleged to be the Nokia 3310 4G.

Recently, Nokia 6 (2018) was spotted on Chinese certification website, TENAA and now the 4G variant of Nokia 3310 has been spotted on the same website. The photos of the device have been released on the official TENAA pages. The listing shows the device as being TD-LTE capable, indicating that this will be an additional variant of the feature phone. It also reveals that the phone will be powered by Alibaba’s YunOS platform and will feature some popular social media apps like Facebook, Skype and Twitter.

HMD Global initially launched a 2G only model of Nokia 3310 and then a 3G capable version. The TENAA listing for the LTE-equipped Nokia 3310 shows off a phone identical to existing versions of the Nokia 3310 (2017) but it includes compatibility with some 4G LTE bands.

Recently, a Nokia 4G phone also got the Bluetooth certification from the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) and it is expected that the device is none other than Nokia 3310 4G Variant.

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The Nokia 3310 4G variant is expected to be priced relatively higher than the 3G and 2G variants of the device. We have to wait for its launch to know more details.

The earlier Bluetooth listing does not show the phone to be running on Android, so it is expected that the phone might come with series 30+ operating system. The FCC listing of the Nokia 4G feature phone revealed that the phone will measure 133 x 68 mm in dimensions and that it might have a QWERTY keyboard similar to the Nokia E72.

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