Nokia 3310 2017 3G Review - A nostalgic keypad phone
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The original Nokia 3310 was one of the most popular releases, back in the days where phones were only used for calling, texting, and snake. Now in 2017, Nokia has brought back the Nokia 3310 in its classic feature phone design, with a refresh to include features such as 3G in Australia. Can the new 3310 be a great option? In this post, we'll have a look at the features of the 3310.
Design, 3G, Camera
Design: The Nokia 3310 has its classic design, however the most notable difference is a larger colour screen at 2.4 inches and 240x320 pixels. The keypad has also been slightly redesigned.
3G: The Nokia 3310 3G version has access to all the current Australian 3G mobile frequencies, making it a great option for all networks.
Camera: Added to the 2017 Nokia 3310 refresh is a 2 megapixel back camera with flash. While photo quality isn't impressive, it is still able to take some quick shots for when you need it.
MicroSD, Battery, Snake
MicroSD slot: The Nokia 3310 has a microSD slot of up to 32GB. Combined with the media player and battery, the Nokia 3310 is a good option for those who want to listen to music on their phone (yes it has a headphone jack). Chuck some tunes on the MicroSD and you have yourself a cheap MP3 player.
Battery: Many people remember the old Nokia 3310 for its battery that can last virtually forever. Nokia claims that a single charge can offer up to one month of battery life on standby or 22 hours of talk time. A combination of talk and standby and you can expect something in between these two figures, with many reviewer claiming that under normal use, they are are getting one week of battery. The Battery is removable as well, always nice to have.
Snake: Slither around on the Nokia 3310, as once again you are able to play Snake on a keypad phone, now in colour.
Conclusion: The nokia 3310 brings back everyone's favourite classic phone from the past and adds 3G, a colour screen, Camera, MicroSD while maintaining the design, battery life and snake from its predecessor. It is a great and cheap option for those who want long only want to make calls/texts, as a backup phone, or even just for novelty. Where to buy? Mobileciti has the lowest price of the Nokia 3310 in Australia, so make sure to check it out now.