The Nokia 2 is the entry-level smartphone launched by HMD global. It sports a huge 4100mAh battery that can provide the users with up to 2 days of usage. The device runs on Android Nougat 7.1.1 and comes with a 5-inch screen. This new smartphone joins the Nokia 3, Nokia 5. Nokia 6 and Nokia 8 lineup of Nokia smartphones based on Android and it is the cheapest of them all.
Design and Display
The body of the Nokia 2 is made from 6000 series aluminium and the rear of the device is milled polycarbonate back. There are three colour variants for the phone- Black, White and Copper colour options. Other features included Corning Gorilla Glass with a crafted unibody design for better durability and stylish design. Overall the build looks decent with nice looks. The Nokia 2 sports a 5-inch LTPS TFT LCD display screen with sharp details and great contrast. It allows for great viewing experience. The display is also energy efficient, so you can enjoy surfing the website and watching movies without worrying about the battery. There is also Google Assistant and Google photos preinstalled on the device. The sensors found on the phone are Ambient light sensor, accelerometer and e-compass.
If you are looking for a phone that comes loaded with great specifications and features, then the Nokia 2 is not for you. The device is powered by the below average Qualcomm Snapdragon 212 processor, but not in imprudence but rather upheld by clear conviction and comprehension of the market. After all, it is one of the most trusted chipsets available. It is efficient and does not take a toll on the battery life. The primary camera has an 8MP sensor with LED flash and the front selfie camera is a 5MP shooter.
The memory packs in just 1GB of RAM with an internal storage of just 8GB. However, there is support for expansion with a microSD card. We can hope that there is some optimization in the software levels to keep the applications running smoothly when required. The device has a battery life that lasts for two days from a single charge, now there is no need for charging your phone frequently.