Published: Tue, January 02, 2018
Science | By Dan Gutierrez

The Nokia 3310 4G Is Expected To Launch In Early 2018

The Nokia 3310 4G Is Expected To Launch In Early 2018

It has been a year since HMD Global launched its first Nokia smartphone- the Nokia 6 in the second week of 2017.

Alongside the Nokia 6 (2018), HMD may announce a new 4G feature phone, and the company is even rumoured to launch a couple of smartphones on January 19 in China. The Finnish company is planning to follow the similar strategy in 2018 as well. But in the list there are some other smartphones as well including Nokia 1, Nokia 4, Nokia 7 Plus, Nokia 9 and Nokia 6 (2018). The camera application didn't reveal any information about the smartphones though, apart from the fact that the Plus variant of Nokia 7 is expected to be a bigger version and may be powered by the Snapdragon 660.

The original Nokia 3310 in its time was a far cry from a smartphone.

All that we know about Nokia 9, is that the phone is going to be a high-end one and may come with a 5.5-inch OLED panel made by LG, and include a bezel-less display.

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And, this is the same thing that the Nokia Camera app has revealed in a recent leak.

He also claims a ship-ready maturity which means the latest Android Oreo Beta build for Nokia 6 is quite stable and may be very close to the final Oreo update release. However, HMD Global has an opportunity on their hands to capture than non-insignificant portion of the market that is looking for an affordable and reliable phone - albeit without all the bells and whistles we've come to expect from flagships. The phone will be an upgraded version of the Nokia 6 in all aspects including camera, display, hardware and also software. It listed all the specs revealing that the chipset will be new, along with a slightly redesigned body, but the screen and battery will remain the same as in the original Nokia 6.

Rumors of the NOKIA 1 running Android 8.1 Oreo (Go Edition) began circulating on the internet this week. The Nokia 1 is expected to run Google's stock Android OS under the Android One program alongside Android Go, which is optimised for devices with low RAM and slower processing power.

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