Nokia 2 now passes the Bluetooth SIG certification process

    Nokia 2 is expected to be launched sometime in November.


    While Nokia 8 is the flagship smartphone from the company, a lot of details about the entry-level Nokia 2 smartphone have been leaked online. In fact, the smartphone has been making rounds on the internet since the past few months.

    Nokia 2 now passes the Bluetooth SIG certification process


    But as it with any upcoming smartphones, the leaks and rumors just don't seem to stop. And it will probably go on until the device becomes official. Having said that, the soon to be the most affordable Nokia smartphone Nokia 2 details have yet again been leaked.

    This time, Nokia 2 seems to have been certified by Bluetooth SIG certification website. However, the listing doesn't give away much about the device but only confirms that the device will be called Nokia 2 and that it will come in multiple versions. The listing reveals all the model product codes for the handset and they are TA-1007, TA-1011, TA-1023 and TA-1029.

    But again, the specifications of the device have somewhat been leaked as it was spotted on the FCC database and was also certified by regulators in Russia. It was also recently listed on a US retailer's website for a brief period. Going by the leaked details from these sources, Nokia 2 is expected to come with either 4.5 to-5- inch screen, Snapdragon 212, 4000mAh battery, 4G compatibility, and Android 7.1.1.

    Reports also suggest that Nokia 2 could come with a light version of the Android Oreo, or the Android Go software, which is used for the devices with 1 GB of RAM or less.

    As for the pricing, U.S. based retailer B&H has listed the Nokia 2 at a price of $99 (roughly Rs. 6,434) and that too without taxes. What this means is that Nokia 2 could be the cheapest Nokia branded smartphone of all time.


    Interestingly, along with Nokia 2, HMD is also rumored to unveil another smartphone, Nokia 2 is expected to be launched sometime in November.



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