Today’s tech news: HMD launches Nokia 2.2 with removable battery at $139


HMD is bringing the most recent adaptation called the “Nokia 2.2,” to the US. Its $139 and as of now available to be purchased at BestBuy and Amazon.

You have a 5.71-inch, 1520×720 IPS LCD with a lead imitating score plan and adjusted corners. There’s a sizable bezel on the base with a major “Nokia” logo on it, yet it’s difficult to whine about that for $140.

Driving the Nokia 2.2 is a MediaTek Helio A22 SoC, which is only four Cortex A53 centers at 2GHz. The US adaptation gets 3GB of RAM and 32GB of capacity rendition with a choice to include a MicroSD card. The back and sides are plastic, and as an afterthought you’ll locate an extra physical catch, which will gather the Google Assistant. You can expel the 3000mAh battery! Discussing pointlessly expelled cell phone highlights from an earlier time, there’s likewise an earphone jack.

There are a few things you are passing up. Along the base, you’ll locate an old microUSB port, so you can’t bounce to the more up to date USB-C standard that progressively costly cell phones have been utilizing for quite a long time. There’s additionally no unique finger impression per user anyplace on the gadget. The back terminating speaker looks sickly, and we would not anticipate much from the 5MP front camera or 13MP back camera.

While the specs and configuration are fine at the cost, the product here is the thing that makes the Nokia 2.2 worth focusing on. You get stock Android with the full update bundle of two years of significant updates and three years of security refreshes, which is totally unfathomable at this value point.

This is a GSM telephone, so it should deal with your nearby T-Mobile and AT&T groups, alongside all their MVNOs. The telephone is on the Internet today on Amazon and Best Buy and will come to choose physical Best Buy stores August 4.

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