I have used the phone for the past 1 week, bought it as a big battery'd companion to my OnePlus 3 (whose battery life is limited to 2-3 hour SOT), and I can safely say, do NOT buy it. at any cost this phone is not worth it.
Yeah, the battery is damn good, got 7 hours of SOT on it, but every thing lags, the settings menu lags, the notification pull down menu lags, the camera takes 1 photo in 5 seconds and the quality is still crap. Youtube lags, so does facebook and google app and pretty much every thing.
Yes it costs less than 100$ but it's not worth it at all.
I am the last person to say something bad abut Nokia or a Nokia device (if some people remember by username from the Disqus days). But even I couldn't bring myself to like this piece of ill thought hardware.
There are only 3 plus points to this phone:
The build quality is better than almost any phone even in 10-15k rupees range
The battery is excellent
The screen is pretty good for its price segment.
Rest all is utter bull.
" but comes at an attractive price Â€99/$99."
It's not attractive for Europeans to pay more the Americans.
Kind of racist price tbh
"attractive price Â€99/$99"
Really? Attractive? Are you kidding? It worth 40-50$, nithing more.
When Nokia releases android Oreo for this device, we can expect it to be more usable than it is now.
My only question is why Nokia didn't do it now.
I think the Moto E4 Plus deserves a full review. Even thought it is priced higher, I think it is better than the Nokia 2 in almost every way (including battery).