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Nokia 3310 3G Dumb Phone Works with 2G & 3G Networks

September 29th, 2017 Leave a comment Go to comments

Many people use smartphones now, but “dumb” feature phones are still being sold, as they are cheaper, some may find smartphones too complicated to use, while others wary about privacy issues. However, most feature phones comes with 2G connectivity, and with 2G sunset in many countries, I’ve recently realized it’s not so easy to find a simple phone with 3G cellular connectivity. The good news is that Nokia 3310 3G has just been announced by HMD global.

Nokia 3310 3G specifications:

  • SoC – TBD
  • System Memory – TBD
  • Storage – 64 MB storage; MicroSD card slot supporting up 32GB
  • Display – 2.4” QVGA (320×240) color display
  • Keyboard – “beautiful push buttons and iconic, shaped design”
  • Camera – 2MP camera with LED flash
  • Audio – Headphone jack
  • Cellular Connectivity
    • 2G/ 3G connectivity:
      • dual band 900/1800 MHz +3G Band 1 and 8
      • (Single SIM) quad band GSM 850/900/1800/1900 + 3G Band 1, 2, 5, 8
    • Single or dual SIM variants
  • Wireless Connectivity – Bluetooth 2.1, FM radio
  • USB – micro USB Port
  • Battery – 1,200 mAh removable BL-5C battery good for up to 6.5h talk time, 24 to 27 days standby, 40 hours MP3 playback, 35 hours FM radio playback
  • Dimensions – 17 x 52.4 x 13.35mm
  • Weight – 84.9g (single SIM); 88.2g (dual SIM)

Nokia 3310 3G is said to run “Feature OS” powered by Java, and ships with a quick start guide, thje battery, a micro USB charger, and a WH-108 headset.


The phone is not exactly cheap for this class of device, as it will sell for “a global average price” of €69 (~$81 US) starting this mid-October. Visit the product page for more details.

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