HMD Global unveiled the Nokia 8 smartphone in August and is focusing on releasing the device across the global markets. Now, it looks like the company is all set to unveil the most entry-level smartphone.
Post the announcement of the Nokia 8, a lot of details about the entry-level Nokia 2 have started emerging online. Recently, the device was spotted on the FCC database and a few photos of the device were leaked by the US-based authentication website. Also, a recent FCC filing by HMD confirmed that two variants of the smartphone with the model numbers TA-1023 and TA-1035 have enabled LTE Band 5 before the launch.
Going by the recent documents shared by the FCC (via: Roland Quandt) the Nokia 2 will be powered by a 4000mAh battery. Notably, this is the largest battery that we have ever seen on a Nokia Android smartphone from HMD. The capacious battery should be able to last for two days on a single charge given that the device will be an entry-level offering with features will not be power-hungry.
The existing leaks and speculations have tipped that the Nokia 2 might be launched with a 5-inch HD 720p display and make use of a Qualcomm Snapdragon 212 SoC. Similar to the other Nokia Android smartphones those were launched since earlier this year, we can expect the Nokia 2 to also run on near stock Android Nougat.
As of now, there is no clear mention on when exactly the Nokia 2 smartphone will be unveiled, the markets that will get this phone and how much it will cost. The speculations have tipped that it will be an entry-level offering that is positioned below the Nokia 3 as it might be priced lesser than the same that costs Rs. 9,499.
Isn't it impressive to hear that we might witness the launch of a Nokia smartphone that will feature a long-lasting battery without costing a fortune?