Nokia 3310 4G can make an LTE-powered a Wi-Fi hotspot

January 30th, 2018   decode   Android 7.1

HMD unveiled its third version of the reborn Nokia 3310 – but this 4G model is an odd duck. It’s LTE connectivity is a boon and it has Wi-Fi, which can be used to create a hotspot to share the data connection with other devices.

It’s odd, however, because it runs YunOS, an incompatible fork of Android. Don’t expect to run anything but preloaded apps, though (there’s no mention of Yun’s app store). Probably for the best since it’s working with 256MB of RAM and 512MB of storage, too little for even Android Go.

Anyway, the Nokia 3310 4G is a single SIM phone with VoLTE support. It will be…

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