HMD Global launched the reincarnated 3310 at MWC 2017 and the 3G version followed in September. It created a lot of buzz in the market owing to the nostalgia factor. However, the lack of 4G capabilities remained its major drawback. Now that 2018 is fast approaching the company looks to bump up its iconic phone with 4G capabilities. The phone was spotted under the model number TA-1077 on the Chinese certification website TENAA. You can expect it to make an appearance at the MWC (Mobile World Congress) 2018.
Other than 4G support, the remaining specifications will remain the same. A quick rundown on it suggests a dual-SIM phone with 2.4-inch QGVA colour display. It will feature a 2 MP rear camera accompanied with LED flash for quick shots and videos. Other features include Bluetooth, FM Radio, and microSD card slot. The 1200 mAh battery may get a bump to handle 4G requirements.
Coming to the software, the 3310 runs Nokia Series 30+ OS whereas the 3G version comes with Java-powered Feature OS. The humour has it that the 4G 3310 will be based on YunOS which is a customized version of Linux.