Back when it launched earlier this year, the Nokia 3310 only worked on 2G networks. Then in September, another new version was released that supported 3G networks, allowing it to work in the US on AT&T and T-Mobile. Now it would seem like there will be another new version, this time with LTE support.
According to a TENAA listing surfaced by Phone Radar, a new version of 3310 has gone through China’s version of the FCC and is shown to support TD-SCDMA and TD-LTE, two of the country’s most popular wireless bands. Furthermore, the 3310 is said to run YunOS, an Android-based operating from China’s Alibaba, which isn’t that astonishing given that the 3G version runs a different OS than the 2G version, regardless of them appearing to be indistinguishable.