Mobiles Nokia 3310 to Bring 3G Variant Soon; Here’s What to Expect By Damini Sengupta Posted on 2 weeks ago Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Good news for all Nokia fans. After receiving the FCC approval, now it’s time for Nokia 3310 3G (2017) to hit the market shelves. HMD Global has convincingly offered the healthy dose of nostalgia by revealing Nokia 3310 at MWC (2017) back in February. It now seems that we are ahead of a couple of days for the 3G version of the feature phone to get launched. https://twitter.com/ThreeCare/status/894912866083631104 The report states that Nokia 3310 3G (2017) will get released by the end of September or early October. From the tweet received by the Irish Telecom Carrier, we have gathered the news of the upcoming Nokia 3310 3G to appear on the market soon. By Twitter report, the account of the carrier replied to a consumer tweeting, “We will be ranging the 3G version of the Nokia 3310, the current launch date of late is September early October.” Therefore, it is likely to note that fans can get their hands on 2017’s Nokia 3310 3G within a couple of weeks. However, earlier when the Nokia 3310 phone was globally released including India (launched for Rs 3,310), it lacked the 3G support. Now it is noteworthy that Nokia 3310 3G of 2017 will feature 3G support once it’s out in the store. As per FCC listing, Nokia 3310 3G will appear with the model number TA-1036. The upcoming 3G handset will sport 116mm length and 51mm width. Right from the time of Nokia 3310 3G’s FCC certification appeared, we knew that the device will be a 3G variant. Besides, FCC listing didn’t appear with further key specs of the upcoming phone. But one can expect the same old design to retain the nostalgic element of the phone. As per pricing, the upcoming model is expected to come with a higher price tag the current 3310 variant. Currently, HMD Global is developing the much-anticipated Nokia 8 smartphone, thereby bringing one after the other Nokia devices in order to recover its lost fame.