Friday, March 3, 2017

The new Nokia 3310 will be practically unusable in many countries, including US

Residents of the US, Canada and Australia itching to ditch their flashy smartphones for the HMD reincarnation of the Nokia 3310 better curb their enthusiasm – the handset will likely be practically unusable in these countries. Gadgets 360 reports that, while HMD Global kept some of the most recognizable aspects of the 3310 like its large keyboard and lethal sturdiness, it also retained its old band frequencies. But here’s the thing: This will render the phone virtually impossible to connect to most present-day carriers. Much like the original Nokia 3310, its new and improved remake will support only two bands – 900MHz and…

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