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Nokia 3310 4G can make an LTE-powered a Wi-Fi hotspot

Nokia 3310 4G can make an LTE-powered a Wi-Fi hotspot

 

HMD Global has launched an upgrade to the Nokia 3310, only this time it comes in a 4G variant and runs on YunOS which is Android-based and supports most of the Android applications.

Rumours suggest that the YunOS is a forked version of Android and have been developed by Chinese tech giant Alibaba.

There haven’t been any changes made to the hardware on the outside. The phone still sports a 2.4-inch display and has 512MB of internal storage with an option to expand up to 64GB via microSD card.

The phone is powered by a 1,200 mAh battery and sports a 2-megapixel primary camera with LED flash.

 

 

The company launched the device in a very hush-hush manner and there haven’t been any announcements of the device’s availability in the international market.

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