The Nokia 2 has been in the rumor mill for a while, popping up in the Bluetooth SIG database, and even getting listed for pre-order on US retailer B&H's website. We've also seen press images, courtesy of @evleaks, and now there's an Antutu entry to 'confirm' previously rumored specs.
The modest hardware to be found in the Nokia 2 (or at least its TA-1035 variant) includes a Snapdragon 212 chipset, a single gig of RAM and 8GB of internal storage - entry-level, indeed. The cameras stick to this concept too - 8MP on the back, 5MP on the front. Not really surprising for a phone priced at $99 in the US.
In light of all this, the display resolution doesn't look all that bad - 720p is quite alright for a panel said to be in the 4.7" to 5" range. More than alright is the battery capacity - that is, if the rumored 4,000mAh checks out - the Antutu listing doesn't specify such details.
The Nokia 2 seems likely to become official a few days from now - there's an HMD launch event scheduled for October 31 in India.
Hey, N73 music edition, i've bought it at dicember 2006 brand new. Amazing phone
512 ran fine on a windows phone, ok yeah its google still....not all of us are game freaks! 1gig of ram is fine on stock Android, Nokia make good phones fast. It will do the average consumer and at $99 with Oreo no doubt, what's to complain about???...
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