Nokia 3310 (2017) is a Nokia-branded mobile phone developed by HMD Global. It was announced on 26 February 2017 at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017 in Barcelona, Spain, as a revival of the original Nokia 3310 that was produced from early-to-mid-2000s. An improved model with 3G support was released on 29 October 2017.
The 3G model has many improvements and changes apart from the 3G radio. The internal storage has been increased to 128 MB from 16 MB, and there are some cosmetic changes, including a new silver keypad. It comes in four new colors: Yellow, Warm Red, Azure and Charcoal, all being matte. The phone's size has slightly increased (by 13.29%) to ergonomically make typing on the keyboard easier. The 3G radio has reduced battery talk time, but slightly increased standby time. All 3310 3G versions support Bluetooth 2.1.
A 4G version was released in late January 2018 in China in partnership with China Mobile. It runs YunOS, an incompatible fork of AOSP (Android), and can create WiFi hotspots using the LTE data connection. Internal storage has been increased to 512 MB, and 64 GB memory cards are now supported.
Network: Technology: GSM
Launch: Announced: 2017, February
Status: Available. Released 2017, May
Body: Dimensions: 115.6 x 51 x 12.8 mm (4.55 x 2.01 x 0.50 in)
Weight: 85 g (3.00 oz)
Build: Glass front, plastic back, plastic frame
SIM: Single SIM (Micro-SIM) or Dual SIM (Micro-SIM, dual stand-by)
Display: Type: TFT
Size: 2.4 inches, 17.8 cm2 (~30.3% screen-to-body ratio)
Resolution: 240 x 320 pixels, 4:3 ratio (~167 ppi density)
Memory: Card slot: microSDHC (dedicated slot)
Call records: Yes
Main Camera: Single: 2 MP
Features: LED flash
Video: [email protected]
Selfie camera: : No
Sound: Loudspeaker: Yes
3.5mm jack: Yes
Comms: WLAN: No
Bluetooth: 3.0, A2DP
Radio: FM radio
USB: microUSB 2.0
: Audio/Video player
Battery: : Removable Li-Ion 1200 mAh battery
Stand-by: Up to 744 h
Talk time: Up to 22 h
Music play: Up to 51 h
: Dual-SIM model
Stand-by: Up to 600 h
Talk time: Up to 22 h
Step 1 — Download and extract the Android USB Driver to your PC.
Step 2 — Click Start (Windows) -> Control Panel -> Device Manager (Select Device Manager).
Step 3 — On the Device Manager window find and click on computer name to select Add legacy hardware.
Step 4 — Select Next
Step 5 — Selext Install the hardware that I manually select from a list (Advanced), and click the Next
Step 6 — Select Show All Devices afterward click Next button again.
Step 7 — Click the Have Disk button.
Step 8 — Click Browse button to find the extracted Android ADB Driver -> android_winusb.inf and click on Open.
Step 9 — Click OK.
Step 10 — Now select the Android ADB Interface -> click Next button.
Step 11 — Click Next button again.
Step 12 — Windows Security box will appear, to confirm whether you really want to install the Android USB Driver, so just choose the Install this driver software anyway.
Step 13 — Once you clicked the Finish button, then repeat from step 2 to choose Android Composite ADB Interface.
Step 14 - Done.