On Thursday, Nokia announced its new Nokia 2.3 smartphone, which belongs to the low-spec phones category, but it has the advantage of providing a raw Android experience, as it comes within the framework of the Android One initiative.
And because it is a low-spec phone, it comes (Nokia 2.3) with a polymer body, and offers a screen with a bump measuring 6.2 inches and accurately 720 pixels, and also it comes with a button dedicated to Google Assistant.
The phone contains a MediaTek Helio A22 processor, and it offers 2 GB RAM, 32 GB internal storage with the ability to expand via microSD memory cards. It supports two SIM cards, and it supports Bluetooth 5.0.
The Nokia 2.3 offers two 13-megapixel rear cameras with f / 2.2 aperture for the main, and 2-megapixels to shoot depth. The front camera inside the bump is 5 MP with f / 2.4 lens slot.
The device has a 4,000 mAh battery, Nokia says is enough for two days. However, the battery does not support fast charging technology. And because the phone belongs to the (Android One) initiative, it supports the raw Android experience, and it will get basic Android updates for two years, and monthly security updates for 3 years. This, the phone works with version 9bay instead of Android 10.
Nokia plans to launch the phone in three colors: blue, black and yellow. It will go on sale from today at $ 120.