HMD Global and Nokia announced their most affordable smartphone of the year, the Nokia 2, a low-end smartphone, that will try to conquer the low-cost segment.
As anticipated a long time ago, the specs are very modest, but there are some strong points for the new Nokia 2. The phone sports a 5-inch HD (1280×720 pixels) display, a Snapdragon 212 chipset, that has a quad-core 1.2GHz processor.
There’s only 1GB of RAM and only 8GB internal storage, but there’s a microSD slot in tow, so that’s a good thing. The main camera has an 8MP sensor, while at the front there’s a 5MP selfie snapper.
The best thing about it is the 4,100mAh battery which should offer two days of usage with ease.
The phone will launch globally in mid-November and will have very decent price tag of EUR 99 in Europe and if it’s going to land in the US, Best Buy confirmed, accidentally, that it’s going to be priced a $99.