Nokia 3310 4G Feature Phone Complete Specifications Leaked Online; 256MB of RAM and 512MB Storage in Tow

By January 8th, 2018 AT 10:28 AM

A new version of Nokia’s retro 3310 will be released very soon as per numerous reports. Initially launched for 2G networks alone, HMD Global brought 3G connectivity to the Nokia 3310 last year itself. The company now seeks to launch a 4G variant of the device. The new version of classic Nokia 3310 recently passed through the TENAA, the Chinese regulatory body for telecommunication devices.


Initially, some images were spotted on TENNA last week, but since then the listing has been updated with phone specifications. The listing confirms the Nokia 3310 with model number TA-1077 will support various LTE bands, including Band 38, Band 39, Band 40, and Band 41, alongside standards such as GSM, TD-SCDMA, and TD-LTE.

The TENAA listing revealed that Nokia 3310 4G would be powered by a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, paired with 256MB of RAM and 512MB of internal memory. A microSD card slot is available for storage expansion of up to 128GB.

Other than that, the Nokia 3310 with 4G connectivity would have the same aesthetics as the original model. It keeps the same screen as 3G model, which is a 2.4-inch TFT, non-touch display with a 240 x 320-pixel resolution. It also has a single camera which is just a 2MP rear sensor and a 1200mAh battery, which again are identical to standard Nokia 3310.


However, the listing suggests a change in the operating system. The new Nokia device will run YunOS 5.2.0 which is an Android-based mobile operating system developed by China’s Alibaba. YunOS is also capable of running few Android-based apps like a stripped down version of WhatsApp. HMD may develop a feature phone version of the YunOS, or it may use a forked version.

As for launch of new Nokia 3310, nothing is confirmed so far. It is speculated to happen at HMD Global’s January 19 event in China, alongside the launch of the flagship Nokia 9, Nokia 8 (2018), and Nokia 6 (2018). The company could also decide until MWC 2018, as they brought the original Nokia 3310 at last year’s MWC in Barcelona.

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saketPriyansh SinghSunny | LucknowKiKudragonmonk Recent comment authors
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For everyone wanting Nokia to be cheap as other Chinese phones, stop dreaming and keep buying Chinese products. Cos it’s not gonna happen. And to people saying Nokia is going down, I’d say keep dreaming, it’s a 152 year old company and it owns most of the patents that keeps your favourite phones ticking, including the cheap Chinese ones. Nokia phone branding may be owned/licensed by HMD global now but that doesn’t mean they have to degrade the brand value of Nokia. Regarding the 3310 4G variant, expect a price of 4-6K. And those wanting 2K price range go buy… Read more »


Well said.




At 4k price, Nokia can not gain Number 1 slot which it lost few years back.

It should be reverse. Quality at Best affordable price. of Rs2k.


People are habitual of cheap Chineese brands.

This is the phone designed by the people who develooed GSM.

Chinese are just theives and they dont have their own technology, bloody copy cats.

Even Chinese phones are prone to personal information theft, still people used to buy those cheap craps.

At least we can trust Nokia that our personal is safe and there in no security threat to our country using Nokia phones.

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Airtel Lover

Yun OS is Chinese, buddy.


Its not Chinese, its forked version of Andriod.

The main reason behind Chinese phone brands to grow is Andriod. And still Google is banned in China. What a pity!!!

This proves Chinese are copy cats and will remain forever.

Sunny | Lucknow
Sunny | Lucknow

Don’t underestimate the Chinese now. While we were busy with reservations, English worship etc, Chinese Government was pumping billions into providing high quality education to its people. As a result they are on the way to become leaders in R&D, AI etc. No doubt they copy, but they don’t just stop there. They try to beat others at their own game.


Ok, AI might also be copied from other developed countries.

The so callled R& D you are talking about is called as Reverse Engineering where in people will dismantle the original product to steal the design. This is what China is doing for so long.

Only thing they are good at, how to manufacture products in quantity and then dump those craps in the markets of rest of the world.


nakal ke liye bhi akal chahiye, China has now gone too far they are almost 90% on their own from making a pin to 5th gen. fighter to space station.
If it wasn’t for China they we would be slaughtered by greedy Middlemen in India.
Do you know the price of screen guard you buy on Amazon for 250-400 Rs. sells only for Rs. 7-25 in Delhi Karol bagh wholesale.
If these thieves/sellers were not getting it for 5-5 Rs. from China they’d have been selling those for over 1000 Rs.

Sunny | Lucknow
Sunny | Lucknow

You have no clue. Many of their universities rank among the top in the world, do you think just copying and reverse engineering stuff is the reason for it? Whatever they are doing is planned well and is working for them, that’s all what matters. They have billions to pump into research. What are we doing? We can’t even copy.

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