Nokia 2 Review: Revealing A Budget Smartphone

Nokia 2









  • NFC Support
  • Corning Gorilla Glass Protection


  • No Fast Charging Option
  • Less Standby Time

What’s on offer with the Nokia 2 handset? Let’s find out…

JustInReviews returns with the smartphone review of the latest member from the Nokia family.

The Nokia-brand is influencing a rebound in the cell phone market in 2017. Credit to Finnish startup HMD Global. Its most recent handset in Nokia 2 is said to bridge the gap in between smartphones and feature phones.

What has this phone got for you? Let’s try and find out in this product review….

  • Display:

Nokia 2 dons a 5-inch HD display with a 1280 x 720 pixel resolution. The lower resolution display means that you will notice pixels contrasted with a FHD panel, yet considering the cost of the phone, one shouldn’t be surprised.


  • Looks:

Nokia 2 is heavily influenced by the company’s current portfolio, which incorporates any semblance of Nokia 3, Nokia 6, among others. The phone comes with an aluminum frame, while the rear has a polycarbonate make. The gadget sits in the hand with ease, yet the absence of a fingerprint scanner will baffle numerous. Nokia 2 is available in three colour options: pewter/white, pewter/black and copper/black.

  • Battery:

The feature that highlights on the Nokia 2 is its battery. Nokia 2 comes with a 4100mAh battery, which as indicated by the company will keep going as long as two days on a solitary charge. In case you’re a heavy user, you’ll observe the Nokia 2 to be a handy gadget. Despite the fact that there is no quick charging technology update here, which implies it will require some time for the phone to charge completely.

  • Hardware and Software Specifications:

Nokia 2 is fueled by a Snapdragon 212 processor combined with 1GB RAM, 8GB storage capacity and a microSD card slot.

Nokia 2 keeps running on Android 7.1 Nougat, and it’s the stock Android, which means it has a complete Android feel to it. That additionally implies it doesn’t accompany third party applications installed in the device. You’ll get every one of the highlights of Nougat, e.g. the split-screen mode and the recently designed fast settings mode. Nokia is focused on bringing Android 8.0 Oreo with the Nokia 2, however the actual launch time duration has not been shared. Ideally, it will arrive not long from now, or early next year.

  • Camera:

Those who’ll purchase the Nokia 2 may not take a gander at the top level performance, and that is OK. There’s a 8MP camera on the back side and a 5MP shooter on the front side. Under good lighting conditions, Nokia 2’s back camera can click good shots, and for an 8MP sensor that is genuinely adequate. The front camera appears to have a comparative quality.

  • Performance:

The gadget’s performance won’t be something spectacular, in the event that you effectively own a cell phone. Be that as it may, for a first time user, Nokia 2 wouldn’t disappoint. Users could open applications pretty easily. The phone could battle to run heavy graphics escalated applications and games e.g. Asphalt 8 and Real Racing 3. Nokia 2 is targeted for those users who are opening up to Facebook and Twitter for the first time ever.

  • Price:

Nokia 2 is placed at a price of Rs 6999 in India.

  • Pros:

– Has got NFC support

– Comes with a big and vibrant display

– LED flash light is present

– Comes with Corning Gorilla Glass Protection

  • Cons:

– Fast charging option is not present

– Fingerprint scanner is missing

– Standby time is less

JustInReviews would return with yet another mobile review next time…

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