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Nokia's latest phone will appeal to budget buyers

From  Vishnu Anand
New Delhi,  November 5 2017:  HMD Global,  inheritors of the famed  Nokia name in smarthones, chose the unlikely locale of a metro rail station in Gurgaon to unveil their latest handset -- Nokia 2.
Its USP  will appeal to  Indians: Long battery life  -- some two days of use  from a 4100  mAh cell -- and a compelling price that is likely to be less than Rs 7000.

It comes on the heels of the recently -launched Nokia 8 that addresses a higher priced  market.
Built on a  Qualcomm Snapdragon Mobile Platform and sporting  the Android  7.1.1 OS (upgradeable to Android 8 very soon), the 5 inch  HD display phone sports  8 MP autofocus rear ( with flash) and 5 MP front cameras, 1 GB DDR3 RAM and  8 GB of storage expandable to 128 GB.
Said Juho Sarvikas, Chief Product Officer of HMD Global:"“With the Nokia 2, we wanted to replicate the unique Android experience we’ve delivered so far with the long-lasting battery which so many fans associate and expect from their Nokia phones. To make this a reality, every component of the Nokia 2- from the display to battery, chipset to system design - has been engineered to draw as little power as possible from the huge battery to give fans a long-lasting phone they can rely on.”
Added Larry Paulson,President, Qualcomm India: “The new generation of Indians have leapfrogged to the digital world by embracing the smartphone. The new Nokia 2 brings reliability, affordability and cutting-edge battery life to meet the requirements of the new age smartphone user.”
While Google Assistant-ready, the phone will appeal to buyers who like native Android, without  any  preinstalls or skins from the maker.
Network-wise this is a 4G VoLTE  device  and the global price is €99.

 

 




    


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Nokia's latest phone will appeal to budget buyers
by Janais on   03,  2018
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