The Nokia 2 was made official by HMD Global earlier this week at an event in India. And now, pre-orders for the entry-level device have gone live. Specifically, Russia has become the first country where the phone can be pre-ordered.
As for price, the handset costs RUB 7,990, which currently translates into around €117. This, if you compare, is a tad higher than the €99 tag HMD officially revealed for the phone when it was unveiled. Official release time frame for the Nokia 2 is mid November.
8 gigs, with 4 used for Android, is plenty to me. I have an HTC phone I replaced the digitizer. I had to flash a custom ROM on it because there was absolutely no space left. Even now their is still less than 1 gig. I will go back to modded stock but ...
I agree not working out so budget friendly, Motto E was $50 Walmart 2gig ram......I'm worried this 1gig of ram will lag with apps !and the 8GB is pretty bad.....5 apps and your full....:(