The people behind this unit should resign. P22 my ass..the nokia phone i know before is always ahead not always behind.
Anna, 16 Mar 2021Same MediaTek Helio P22 processor was used in Nokia 2.4 released last year. Actually, this has... moreThey're trying to steal some sales from the Moto G10 (Which, coincidentally, is a better phone than this)
Nokia 3.1+ from 2018 has this chipset... and they're still releasing new devices with this chipset with the latest android version... Yeah.
MATE 30 PRO, 16 Mar 2021HMD = Intrascendent brandAt least this phone brings GMS out of the box WITH push notifications which you don't have on such an expensive but incomplete phone lmao. Troll.
Alpha8900, 16 Mar 2021P22 chipset for a 2021 smartphone ? Why not p10 or snapdragon s2.Hahahaha
Oh god. Some people learn from their mistakes. But this hmd is so stubborn they are learning to make new mistakes.
Damn why p22, 5g on sd480. Remove all the unnecessary stuff like additional cameras, make a 6"
P22 chipset for a 2021 smartphone ? Why not p10 or snapdragon s2.
Yikes. I use an Oppo F5, and even tho it has a 1080p display it also has the same lacklustre chipset: Helio P23. I hate it, it's become too slow over the years. (The only reason I'm holding on to this phone is coz I can't buy a new one at the moment.) I urge you to avoid this particular "new" entry-level phone from Nok– I mean HMD Global. That phone is going to be damn slow and outdated for 2021. Buy the Redmi 9T or Poco M3 instead
Absolutely normal budget phone. With 2 Android versions update guaranteed. If it was smaller, I would buy it, but it is same shovel as everyone else, no matter the screen is not as big as others.
YUKI93, 16 Mar 2021This is definitely the 2.4 replacement. At least HMD Nokia do give a better camera hardware on... moreof course people not using their camera everytime isnt? processor, battery is more important. p22 is 3 years old low end chip, if the price is $110 this is fine.
This device is proof that how a single important component can ruin the whole device
This is definitely the 2.4 replacement. At least HMD Nokia do give a better camera hardware on their entry-level smartphone.