Nokia 3.1 A, Nokia 3.1 C smartphones announced

Nokia 2.2 First Impression

HMD Global has revealed the newest affordable smartphone. the Nokia 2.2, and it costs €99 (R1657.26) according to Hypertext.

While Nokia 2.2 is still not available, Nokia 3.2 is ready to be delivered to Nokia aficionados in Russian Federation.

The update comes with a firmware build number 1.22E and comes with some tweaks and bug fixes. At just 9.35mm thin, the new smartphones bring modern looks and a quality feel in-hand. The devices aren't guaranteed to receive two years of major Android OS updates and three years of security patch updates. It's back camera also has live detection features. The update is small in size and weighs around 439.7MB in size. Both updates are said to be only rolling out in India for now. The smartphone is rebranded and relaunched a version of the device with new exciting colors and carrier compatibility. Storage is a reasonable 32GB and can be expanded with a microSD card. The render states that the phone will come with vanilla Android Pie experience out-of-the-box. This consists of a 13-megapixel f/2.2 primary camera and a 2-megapixel secondary sensor with f/2.2 aperture. There is an 8-megapixel selfie shooter on the front as well with an f/2.0 lens. The recently launched Nokia 3.2 also came with the same chipset.

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The devices center on a 5.45-inch 720p IPS LCD 18:9 display and are powered by a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 429 paired with 2GB of RAM.

Pranav Shroff, Global Portfolio GM, at HMD Global told Gadgets360 the company had a clear product strategy in 2017 when it rolled out the likes of the Nokia 5, 6, 7, and 8, but that changed in 2018 when it switched to a different strategy which it referred to as 'A Nokia smartphone for everyone'. At this price range, it is easy to find phones with Snapdragon 660 or even Snapdragon 710 processor, meaning that the users of Nokia 3.2 could feel a little disappointed while running resource-intensive apps.

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