HMD Global has launched its new entry-level smartphone, Nokia 2.2 which is out to combat other mobile phone brands who are flooding the handset market with a range of budget options.
The smartphone comes with a rounded polycarbonate design and belongs to the Android One series assuring three years of software updates which means a promised support for the upcoming Android Q operating system. Nokia 2.2 features 5.71 inches of IPS LCD display with 720 x 1520 pixels of screen resolution.
The smartphone packs a 3000mAh removable battery, a feature which is unseen in even the cheapest smartphones in 2019. It is powered by Helio A22 chipset accompanies by either 2GB RAM + 16GB of storage or 3GB RAM + 32GB of internal storage. The users can further expand their phone’s memory with a MicroSD card.
In the camera department, Nokia 2.2 offers a 13MP lens at the back while there is a 5MP selfie shooter at the front. It also has a dedicated Google Assistant button on the left side to ask the AI for help.
The smartphone will be available in India from June 11 in two colors; Black and Steel. The 2GB variant will cost INR 6,999 (~ Rs. 16,608 in Pakistan after taxes) while the 3GB model will come with the price tag of INR 7,999 ( ~ Rs. 19,624 in Pakistan after taxes). HMD Global recently launched the much-anticipated Nokia 3.2 in Pakistan and we can expect the new entry-level phone to land in the local markets in the coming weeks.