Asiduj, 09 May 2018How is this with text messages? all in per contact or per message?Per contact.
Stop negative comments nokia 3310 3g is a very good phone and this is not smartphone,but for everyday use its ok and easy to use nokia is nokia
*for me this 1200mAh batt works like 4000+mAh THE MAIN REASON I BOUGHT THIS ON-THE-GO PHONE :3
*one strange thing when using the OPERA browser ... everything stops when the unit detects the 3G signal
*the unlock/power button's strangely inconvenient to use :3
*ditch the bundled earphones (sounds scratchy)
*yeah JAVA game's good & still alive depending upon the network provider
Anonymous, 20 Jun 2018Hi people, I have a few questions on this phone, after using it for 3-4 months: 1. Someone h... moreWhat's app is a no no. As for the SMS memory issue, maybe this phone is a no no too
I have a few questions on this phone, after using it for 3-4 months:
1. Someone here said that whatsapp can be installed on it - do you know how? where?
because I tried it a lot and it didn't work.
2. When I turn on the phone, some of the sms messages get the time and date of now (the time I turned the phone), and it causes a lot of mess in the messages. Someone heard about it?
3. The sms memory is very small, and after a few days I get messages of "sms memory is full", altough I have a sd card. I didn't find any setting of saving messages in the sd card.
Help from someone?
ole, 31 May 2018Does nokia 3310 support whatsapp? Yes support whatsapp, viber and facebook
I can confirm that the 3G version does support Java.
Save the java file (.JAR or .JAD) on the phone or memory card, then use the file explorer to find and install it.
Java apps are installed right to the phone's main menu.
Ray, 30 Dec 2017thanks for the info. unfortunately in our region the 2G version is available only. Rumours s... moreBro, 4g version supports android based yun os, definitely android based os doesn't supports java in any situation, 2g version too doesn't supports java, only 3g version support java. you can go for it
Interestingly this phone is not running Nokia Series 30+ anymore, instead the OS is called Java-powered Smart Feature OS.
Also, the SoC is now Spreadtrum SC7701B instead of the MediaTek MT6260 used in Nokia 3310 2G version.
I wonder if we will see any Symbian series 30+ featurephones anymore?