Published: Tue, June 11, 2019
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Nokia 2.2, The Cheapest Smartphone With Android Q

Nokia 2.2, The Cheapest Smartphone With Android Q

However, today, we can see that Nokia has built its reputation as a new generation smartphone company and people are no longer hesitant in buying its devices.

HMD Global has announced the launch of Nokia 3.1 A and Nokia 3.1 C budget smartphones for US Carriers AT&T and Cricket Wireless, respectively.

The update brings in improvements to system stability, and enhancements to the overall user interface.

The Nokia 2.2 is the latest smartphone from HMD Global. The devices aren't guaranteed to receive two years of major Android OS updates and three years of security patch updates. One of these smartphones is said to be a "value flagship" device. The phone features a dedicated Google Assistant button, 3.5mm headphone jack, and a notification light. It fixes a critical bug which allowed a remote attacker to get an access of the device by executing an arbitrary code. The dual-SIM (Nano) smartphone sports a Qualcomm Snapdragon 439 SoC under the hood along with a 3,000mAh battery under the hood.


To recap, the Nokia 4.2 features a 5.71-inch TFT LCD HD+ display, and a notch at the top. Nokia 2.2 also has a stand-out feature, so to speak. It runs Android 9 Pie out-of-the-box and offers its latest features like Digital Wellbeing and more. There is an 8-megapixel selfie shooter on the front as well with an f/2.0 lens.

At the launch event, together with Nokia 2.2, Nokia also launched Nokia 6.2 aka Nokia X71 and Nokia 9 PureView. Nokia 3.2 is an Android One smartphone powered by Android 9 Pie based operating system.

The Nokia 3.2 went on sale from May 23, 2019, in India at a starting price of Rs. 8,990 for the 2GB RAM with 16GB storage variant, going up to Rs. 10,790 for the 3GB RAM with 32GB storage variant (expandable up to 400GB via a microSD card).

In the camera department, the devices sport an 8MP camera on the rear with f/2.0 aperture and a 5MP camera on the front with f/2.2 aperture.

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