I need to have name suffix in the phone book, can't figure out how to. Or is it missing?
AY, 19 Oct 2020Please i'm planning to get a new phone, would you advise anyone about getting this one. A... moreHi,
Though people shared many wrong ideas about this phone, I bought Nokia 2.3 and started using it. It's performance is really good :)
Please i'm planning to get a new phone, would you advise anyone about getting this one. Anyone please
My phone is not connecting with alaptop hotspot becouse as hi try do to, it ask for network security key which i don't know who put it and if their is one which is secured by the manufacturer then send it to me please.
2.3 Nokia Does this phones comes with secured security because when you want to connect it with a laptop hotspot it ask for network security key.
Bought this phone when you put the sim in it doesn't pick it up it says no sim card or emergency call only,does it use a specific network ?? Or am I supposed to reset it ?
Anonymous, 10 Oct 2020Hi! How is the Android 10 update on the Nokia 2.3The Android 10 update is so buggy. My phone has been unresponsive to touches for many months now with no fix.
The first Android 10 update restrains background app notifications.
So, if you upgrade to the first version of 10 you'd still have more software updates waiting, but the final update fixed the notification issue but it didn't fix the unresponsive touch issue (very annoying).
Another thing is that HMD released the latest version update first to people around India and few other countries. The version size was about 1gb+ while other countries later received the same update but with a smaller size of about 100+mb.
So, I think people from India got a better update fix than the others.
What I'm saying in essence is that, upgrading to Android 10 might cause a malfunction to your phone, but make some researches before embarking on an update
My 2.3 has never vibrated for a month since buying it. What's the issue?
Nokia indeed has so many sub-standard phones out there in the market. So bad for their reputation. The Nokia 2 I bought not quite long I grew away in a waste bin. So annoying.
Ghost, 09 Sep 2020Samsung people are here tryna low rate Nokia 😂 the 2.3 is great, worth the price! Buy your phoneyea ur right
Actually, it is a good phone. For its price the hardware isn't slow, the device isn't buggy, the battery life is pretty amazing and it even takes decent photos. It is a device meant for that: some calls, notes, photos with no expectations and some internet. And thanks to the Android One it is doing those tasks good enough.
Tammy, 09 Sep 2020I bought the Nokia 2.3 to use for texting. I don't really use it for anything else becaus... moreWho needs to figure out how to use a phone everyone knows how to use one, if this is your first time using a phone then thats something different, but who says that a phone should have instruction on jow to use it
this nokia 2.3 is not a good phone to use....i bought it 2 months ago and its hanging and freezing...i always press lock button to lock and unlock to start using again ...done that several times....am fed up of this rubbish....angry....
I bought the Nokia 2.3 to use for texting. I don't really use it for anything else because I don't want to figure out how to use it. LOL!!! It did not come with any instructions like we all already know how to use it. I did figure out (thanks to youtube video) how to make adjustments to photos but red color still looks orange, teal looks like blue etc. Either the camera on mine is crap or something is wrong with it.
Samsung people are here tryna low rate Nokia 😂 the 2.3 is great, worth the price! Buy your phone
Anonymous, 06 Sep 2020Currently looking into getting a new phone and thought this one looked great till i read about... moreI've had this phone for a couple of months and at first it was truly terrible, freezing and locking up. it's upgraded to 10 and had a patch now [i think] and it's running much better. I haven't wanted to throw it at anything in weeks!
Ultimately, it's mid range and low spec, you get what you pay for. That said, I like the size, the weight, the battery, the screen. it's even started notifying me when I have messages - just like a real phone. If cheap and cheerful is all you can afford then this isn't as awful as it was in July.