akw, 11 Nov 2017LTPS IPS is just a joke MEME ... look at the colors it seems even worse than TFTLOL at your noobness.. The screen looked washed out because the camera is overexposing it.. The fact the screen is brighter than the scenery therefore if the camera exposure is metered for the screen the hand and the scenery will be dark.. Checkout the comparison side by side Nokia 2 and Xiaomi video on Youtube and you will see why xiaomi is cheap with their cheap display.. Nokia does provide the best display across all their product range
Good phone, this Nokia 2. Maybe they could have used a 4xx series Snapdragon. Battery endurance must be great. I hope GSMA will give it a full review.
It could be competing with the Moto E4 Plus, although that is a step above in all aspects including price.
BTW, the photographer of those camera samples must be very good. He has gotten the best photos out of a limited camera.
LTPS IPS is just a joke MEME ... look at the colors it seems even worse than TFT
This phone checks all the boxes for a modern phone and I expect it to be a smashing success.
Not really sure what Nokia is hoping for with this one. The Moto E4 Plus ups pretty much every spec point over the 2, and only for a marginally higher price point.
The E4 Plus gives you an even bigger battery, better processor, double the internal storage, triple the ram and better cameras, all for less than half as much again. Also It's available in those emerging markets that the 2 is aimed at
So again this 2 seems like it's completely outclassed on arrival.
leo R, 11 Nov 2017Because it is cheap matte plastic. The keyword here is CHEAP.I'm not convinced Nokia/HMD would have gone with "cheap plastic", given their heritage, focus on quality materials and builds AND the small price difference. Nor am I convinced ANY matte plastic is a fingerprint and smudge-magnet.
Nokia should try to take market share by giving good specifications at affordable price. They can raise the price later with different models. It's a model Chinese follows. Nokia will not gain any market share with this low specs device.
Lightning McQueen, 11 Nov 2017I think most of the photos are shot at East Coast Park. Hmm, if I was there at the beach yeste... moreI think if they make a review they will already done around a week back, then the following days after that they edit it and type out their impressions and combine all the aspects to make it into a review. This is the first time I seen them taking photos that are from Singapore, since there is nothing nice to take here if u already take all of the beautiful sceneries here, I would prefer going overseas to take more beautiful photos than here man!
Anonymous, 11 Nov 2017Photos look like in Singapore.It is in Singapore, the typical green railings that I always see, but what I don't like here is the fact that there is almost nothing new to take for the scenery
In India Nokia has better brand value and image than Chinese makers so I guess people on budget will definetly look for this device.
Anonymous, 11 Nov 2017Photos look like in Singapore.I think most of the photos are shot at East Coast Park. Hmm, if I was there at the beach yesterday or day before, why I did not see someone carrying a Nokia 2????
Jim, 11 Nov 2017Better buy Xiaomi. Much better value than Nokia that relies solely on brand Even if you say Xiaomi phones are better than Nokia, very few people would buy that phone because it has lesser features than the Nokia, plus the battery tends to heat up badly despite it's great battery life.
FinnishInquisition, 11 Nov 2017What are you even talking about? The Nokia 2 has microSD card support, and Android lets you mo... morewait, oh yeah it does.
I forgot that feature exist as most people that complain to me about its 8gb internal is older phone user.
My bad, its been awhile since i saw new phone with 8gb memory.
"It has a matte rubbery finish that gives some grip but shows off fingerprints and smudges very easily and is hard to keep clean."
This part doesn't make any sense. Since when does matte plastic show off fingerprints and smudges? And since when was it hard to keep clean?
Fitbri, 10 Nov 2017Should not have bothered really with this one. The 3 was fine for that area of sales perhaps.
... moreEveryone here in the comments seem to completely miss the idea and target audience of this phone. Let's recap shall we: massive battery, energy-efficient screen, energy-efficient processor, minimal RAM (draws power otherwise), low cost.
This phone wasn't built to be another low-end SD4XX 2 GB RAM smartphone. It was made with battery longevity in mind.
R31ya, 11 Nov 20171gb as in 1 app running at a time 8 gb internal memory (3.5~3gb free) as in one social media ... moreWhat are you even talking about? The Nokia 2 has microSD card support, and Android lets you mount expandable memory as system memory.