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As it stated in However, the big story in the tech sector in recent weeks has been Nokia’s reincarnation of its 3310 phone.
Read more: HMD talks bringing back the Nokia 3310.
However, Nokia’s brand has suffered in recent years as it lost out to companies such as Apple and Samsung, whose devices consumers felt better fitted their needs.
The original handset was wildly popular in the early 2000s, characterised by its long battery life and its popular game “Snake”.
But in the wake of the 3310 re-launch, YouGov brand tracking data indicates that the news has given the embattled brand a much needed shot in the arm in terms of positive press coverage.
as mentioned in Future iterations of feature phones like the rebooted Nokia 3310 could be equipped with 4G mobile connectivity, thanks to Qualcomm’s latest SoC.
Devices containing the 205 Mobile Platform will be available within the next few months.
The new Qualcomm 205 Mobile Platform supports up to 150Mbps 4G downloads as well as VoLTE and VoWi-Fi, and is designed for entry level phones in emerging markets.
Would 4G connectivity make you more likely to pick up a feature phone for occasional use?
HMD, the company behind the Nokia 3310, has not been able to include 3G or 4G LTE tech or Wi-Fi tech within its renewed retro classic.
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