Here we bring to you the Nokia 2 budget Android smartphone comparison with Nokia 3. The images of Nokia 2 has been leaked a few days back and since then it has taken the entire media by storm. Nokia was once the most sold out and much demanded mobile phone across various countries. Nokia phones were very popular for their sturdy handset and pocket friendly price and some high- tech, advanced specifications. Under the aegis of HMD Global, the brand new upcoming budget Android smartphone Nokia 2 are compared with Nokia 3.
Going by the leaked images of Nokia 2, a China – based website, Baidu is speculated to have made it viral across all social media platforms. However, an official announcement of Nokia 2 launch is yet to be done by the manufacturer. The rumors about this phone, Nokia 2 is also rife that it will be company’s cheapest smartphone ever with lower prices than of Nokia 3.
Nokia 2 Android smartphone specification & features
According to the China- based website, tipster, Nokia 2 will sport Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 MSM8909 processor. Though Nokia 2 will not feature any finger print scanner on its handset. It will have a 5-inch display just like the screen display of the Nokia 3. Also in the images, it is clearly seen that the Nokia 2 handset will have rounded edges. Many are comparing the Nokia 2 to Nokia Lumia 620 which is no more manufactured by the company.
The release date and price of Nokia 2 Android smartphone
Talking about the releasing date and the price of the Nokia 2 Android smartphone in India, nothing as of now has been officially announced by the mobile manufacturer. However, the experts are speculating it to be released in the coming weeks. Also, the mobile phone manufacturer brand, Nokia is planning to release their much awaited Nokia 8 and Nokia 9 model of the Android smartphone by the end of this year.
Well, now the mobile phone giant is now trying hard to make a comeback into the Indian market to which Indian consumers had already bid adieu. With the launch of Nokia 2, the company is trying to get back its lost image that had lost sheen right after the influx of Samsung, Sony Ericsson, Apple and other China origin smartphones.