kek , 26 Nov 2020I really dont mind having micro usb, since Type-C hasnt added anything new to cellphones.
B... moreWhy going for devices with more complicated software when you have that is user-friendly. Well, for me, Nokia 2.4 is what i am using and no one can change my mindset for Nokia.
It is still the best brand.
So out of nokia 5.3,126.96.36.199....gsmarena only get there hands on 2.4...this guys are really not interested in nokia products
Its not 16gb ROM, its 32gb and 64gb
At this rate I am starting to think that Nokia should have stayed away till they were ready to compete. Seriously , how are they going to recover from a second fall? Truely heart breaking.
Shouldn't have bothered with this unit really . Trying to come back to Nokia but just can't yet. Big slabs always.nlovevyovseeva compact Nokia first class classic, full of character like it use to be but sexy.
This phone long time can use...very very...good
Sadly 6.5" is not a big phone these days...phone under 6"are becoming rare. Glad google is still in the game.
Ah yet another piece of trash with a Helio P22 and a 720p LCD. How many more of these pieces of trash are we gonna see on the market.
Roland, 26 Nov 2020why 16/32 gb storage again and again? nokia just wastes the money. well doneThere's no 16GB variant, only 32GB and 64Gb, do your research please before rattling about something that's not true.
Good and reliable phone, fast enough for normal use and a good price.
As an "older user" I would disagree with the assumption made in the Conclusion; "The Nokia 2.4 could be the ideal smartphone for someone who just wants a large display, uncomplicated software, and long-lasting battery. For older users, this may be the ideal combination, along with a brand name they are familiar with."
I'm a "one foot in the grave" user myself and yes I like the Android One approach to the User Interface experience and yes to a long life battery, coupled with a company Name that gives some confidence that China isn't steeling all your data. But as Large screen? That's the last thing I want, a large screen means that I will be perpetually bending over to pick the phone off the floor because it's fallen out of my pocket. I want an Android phone which isn't intrusive, has good spec (and so fast) with good battery life with up-to-date industry standards. Something that professional Reviewers and phone Manufacturers seem not to understand.
32GB/64GB, there is no 16GB variant.
This launch hints at the 'Fall of Nokia'
why 16/32 gb storage again and again? nokia just wastes the money. well done
I really dont mind having micro usb, since Type-C hasnt added anything new to cellphones.
But the rest of the phone is utter garbage. 720p at this time and age is just a no go.
Data Buckets, 26 Nov 2020microusb in 2020???? Some people are still depending on micro USB to this day, so that's not a surprise.
"The Nokia 2.4 will compete against the Redmi 9 Prime and the Realme C15, both of which are priced similarly."
Looking at the spec sheet between the three, I can easily say that the Redmi has way better spec than both Nokia and Realme. The screen is FHD+, has a much more powerful Helio G series chipset, and USB Type-C. The only thing that turns me off with the Redmi is MIUI, which is a big NO-NO for me.
At this point, I would seriously think of getting the 3.4 instead of the 2.4 if I choose Nokia.
Data Buckets, 26 Nov 2020microusb in 2020???? I agree with your comment but let's not forget that while many of the 'flagship' phones may have a USB Type-C connector, they are still using the USB2.0 standard.
Recently launched Micromax 1b with 90% similar specifications and stock Android 10 (with 2 years of OS updates) is available at 2/3 price of Nokia 2.4. Nokia is charging 50% extra over Micromax in India. What Nokia is offering extra or more than others to charge such premium price? Just Nokia branding on front?
Data Buckets, 26 Nov 2020microusb in 2020???? They are milking the Nokia brand name. Can put a pin charger if they want. What can anybody do🤷