Android-Based Nokia 3310 in the Works
HMD Global brought back to life the famous Nokia 3310 earlier this year, and now it looks like the company wants to continue improving the series with more modern features.
After launching the device with 3G support in September, HMD is working on adding 4G capabilities to the Nokia 3310, along with what could be features that could push the dumb phone into the world of smartphones.
A listing on TENNA has been spotted recently with some indications as to what we can expect from the new Nokia 3310, and surprisingly, a more advanced operating system appears to be among the highlights.
Getting a taste of Android
Basically, the new Nokia 3310 that launched this year run on a Feature OS developed by HMD itself, but based on the famous Series 30+ platform that Nokia originally created for its own feature phones. But if the TENNA entry is c… (read more)
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