When did the Nokia 3360 come out?

When did the Nokia 3360 come out?

Nokia 3310

Manufacturer Nokia
Compatible networks GSM (3310, 3315, 3350, 3390, and 3395) TDMA (3320 and 3360)
First released 1 September 2000 (3310); 2002 (3360)
Discontinued 2005
Units sold 126 million

Is Nokia 5.3 a 5G phone?

The Nokia 5.3 is a Nokia-branded mid-range smartphone by HMD Global, running Android One….Nokia 5.3.

Brand Nokia
Predecessor Nokia 5.1 Nokia 5.1 Plus
Related Nokia 1.3 Nokia 2.3 Nokia 8.3 5G
Type Smartphone
Dimensions 164.3×76.6×8.5 mm

Is Nokia 5.3 full HD?

The battery that will provide power to the upcoming smartphone 5.3 will be of 4000 mAh capacity. The IPS LCD display panel of the handset will be there to present the user with full HD plus resolution. The display measures 6.55 inches.

Which is the strongest phone in the world?

The Sonim XP3300 Force is officially the ‘World’s Toughest Phone’ – securing its entry into the Guinness World Records™ hall of fame. The ultra-rugged phone survived an extreme drop test from a remarkable 25 metres onto concrete without operational damage – a drop higher than a ten-story building.

Why is 3310 indestructible?

Since the phone was resistant to accidental or intentional drops, it got nicknamed indestructible. Well, you would need to pick the back cover, battery and the front part of the phone from the floor, assemble all of the parts back together, and in general, Nokia 3310 would still be functioning perfectly.

Will Nokia 5.3 Get Android 11?

Nokia 5.3 is now getting the Android 11 update, bringing a horde of new features such as chat bubbles, a rich power menu, and better security and privacy settings. All of those features are a part of the Android 11 update, which HMD Global took a lot of time to roll out.

Is the Nokia 5.3 waterproof?

Like most budget phones, durability on the Nokia 5.3 is hit or miss. It lacks an IP rating or any type of splash protection, though we used it in the rain without a problem.

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