HMD relaunched Nokia in the mid-range and has been expanding down towards the entry level. Currently, the Nokia 3 is the most junior smartphone in the lineup, but a Nokia 2 has been sighted several times.
Geekbench detected a Snapdragon 210 chipset (or 212, differences are negligible) with a single gigabyte of RAM – half as much as the 3 has. It does run Android 7.1 Nougat, so no compromise has been made on the software side. Storage was not detected, but we think 8GB is a good guess.
Since we’re making guesses, we’d say the price of the Nokia 2 will be €100 – right between the new Nokia 3310 (€50) and the Nokia 3 (€150).
Thanks for the tip, Anvin!
Hm... so what would be the lowest specs allowed in 2017? a good guess would be S425/2/32 (formation is chip/ram/Storage)
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