As expected, HMD has officially announced the entry-level Nokia 2 smartphone. The device comes with a 5-inch HD display, and is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 212 SoC.
The handset features an 8MP main camera, and a 5MP front shooter. A large 4,100mAh battery should provide outstanding battery life, given the modest chipset and screen. HMD officially quotes 2-day battery life if you use the phone for 5 hours per day.
RAM is 1GB, while internal memory is 8GB with a microSD card slot for expansion. The phone runs Android Nougat out of the box, with Oreo update confirmed to be coming. It comes in three color options: copper, black, and white.
Nokia 2 also features Google Assistant, something which the company says makes the device first of its kind in the entry-level segment. HMD said the Nokia 2 will launch in mid November, and will carry a €99 price tag.
what do u use for social ? SMS ?
You responded to the wrong comment. Mine was responding to the guy who was "running" modern apps on the Sony Ray of his (it's called lying).
Running gingerbread? OK mr 4 years ago. Oreo needs minimum 2GB of RAM. That's Google's recommendation. Now go run it on a 1GB phone and see how it goes ... Nokia is looking to sell to tech illiterate people and that's just sad.