$57 Samgle 3G 3310 3G Feature Phone Looks like Nokia 3310

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Let’s say you have a product, and need to create a brand or company name… Just think about two world famous brands or companies such as Samsung and Google, and with clever string manipulation come up with your own original brand: Samgle!

Now you need a product name… Find a product from a third brand that’s similar to yours, for example Nokia 3310 3G phone, and you’ve got all your names sorted! Meet Samgle 3G 3310 feature phone with 2G and 3G connectivity.

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Samgle 3G 3310 specifications:

  • SoC – TBD
  • System Memory – 64MB RAM
  • Storage – 128MB flash, micro SD slot up to 32GB (or is it 64GB?)
  • Display – 2.4″ curved 320×240 display
  • Camera – 2.0M rear camera
  • Cellular connectivity
    • 2G GSM – 850/600/1800/1900 MHz
    • 3G WCDMA – 900/2100 MHz
    • SIM Card Type – SIM + SIM/micro SD card; Dual SIM dual standby
  • Other Wireless  Connectivity – Bluetooth v3.0
  • USB – 1x micro USB port for charging
  • Audio – Built-in microphone and speaker, 3.5mm audio jack
  • Battery – 1,450 mAh Li Ion removable battery
  • Dimensions – 12.8 x 5.03 x 2.15 cm
  • Weight – 95 grams

Such device is suitable for people where 2G is not available (or soon won’t be), people who don’t want to get constantly tracked / monitored by companies like Google or Facebook, or people who find smartphones too complicated to use. The phone ships with the battery a power adapter, and a user manual in English.

Samgle 3G 3310 vs Nokia 3310 (2G)

Samgle 3G 3310 is sold on GearBest in four different colors for $56.81 including shipping. You’ll also find Samgle MIX on that GearBest page, that looks quite similar to Xiaomi Mi MIX 2 in appearance only. While I’m writing about copypcats, last month Goophone Phone X (iPhone X clone) is now joined by Meiigoo S8 copying – you’ve guessed it – Samsung Galaxy S8 for just $169.99 shipped.

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Don’t want to get tacked/monitored? Better not turn your phone on. GSM networks track every phone attached to them for the simple purpose of being able to route calls to them. That’s unavoidable. Since they already have that data, the carriers can do other things with it as they see fit–they’re always looking for a source of income.

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@willmore
Yea, but if you turn your Android smartphone on, BOTH your carrier AND Google are tracking you! That’s why non-Android phones like this are becoming more popular. You can make calls, do SMS, and keep a contacts list all on a cheap device without Google snooping in on everything you do.

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Unless they are able to duplicate Nokia’s highly refined and proven Series 40 O.S. (highly unlikely), this FAKE 3310 phone, is WORTHLESS. I’ll wait for the 3G version of the new REAL Nokia 3310 to appear. But that may not happen any time soon. Nokia made an epic MISTAKE where I live (Indonesia) and flooded the market with the NON-3G version of the new 3310, which nobody wants. Here 2G has a limited life left and neighbouring countries are already turning it off. Nokia lives again today, but it looks like they are as self desructive as ever when it comes to managing their products.

TC
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you forgot “you need a product? just go and copy something what sells well” at the very beginning

blu
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That comparison chart is something else.

willmore
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@Drone
If someone made a phone with security in mind that was like this, then I would agree with you. Because, if the arguement is “well, it’s slightly harder for more people to track you”, then that’s not really ‘sercurity’.

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Sounds fine but like Firefox OS phones doubt they will last in the market place .

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Drone :
@willmore
Yea, but if you turn your Android smartphone on, BOTH your carrier AND Google are tracking you!

Slightly wrong. If you happened to buy your ‘smartphone’ from a manufacturer who loves to spy on every detail of your activities then it’s not only the carrier and Google who track you but also OnePlus for example: https://www.chrisdcmoore.co.uk/post/oneplus-analytics/