Here is what the inexpensive Nokia 2 might look like

Here is what the inexpensive Nokia 2 might look like

Nokia 2 is supposed to be HMD's cheapest Android smartphone to date. The name of the handset hasn't been confirmed yet, but the company's officials suggested in recent interviews that HMD plans to launch new Android smartphones in the coming months.

One of these upcoming phones is the Nokia 2, a budget-friendly smartphone that's rumored to pack a low-end Qualcomm Snapdragon 212 processor inside, coupled with 1GB RAM.

The information comes via Geekbench's database and comes in line with a previous report that revealed all the chipsets inside all Nokia phones that are supposed to be introduced by the end of the year.

Today, HMD confirmed it will announce new Android smartphones on August 16. The Finnish company is expected to unveil its first flagship, Nokia 8, but other handsets might be introduced as well.

A sketch of the unannounced Nokia 2 recently leaked from China, showing fans what the smartphone could look like. The Nokia 2 sits next to a hand drawn images of the Nokia 3, a device that we've recently reviewed.

Judging by the size of the Nokia 2 vs Nokia 3, it looks like the phone will feature a similar 5-inch display. However, the rest of the former's specs will be different, as per our previous report.

Sitting at the lowest end of HMD's lineup of Android smartphones, Nokia 2 will probably not stand out design-wise, so let's hope it will be as inexpensive as possible.

source: Nokibar

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10 Comments

1. MINDoSOUL

Posts: 321; Member since: Feb 28, 2014

That logo and it's ugly position.Companies need to learn that the position of the logo should be in the back of the phone. Nothing outstanding or amazing to see here.

2. hemedans

Posts: 744; Member since: Jun 01, 2013

Nokia always put logo there, it will look strange without that logo.

4. MINDoSOUL

Posts: 321; Member since: Feb 28, 2014

Just because they always did it, it doesn't mean it's right. well that's my personal opinion and it's not to attack Nokia, the same criticism goes for Xiaomi logo position in their old smartphones.

5. trojan_horse

Posts: 5868; Member since: May 06, 2016

"Just because they always did it, it doesn't mean it's right. well that's my personal opinion" Good, so you admit it's your opinion, which means the Moto logo placement at the from isn't necessarily wrong, either, generally speaking. Moto simply does what it's always done in regards to the placement of it's brand on it's devices... and that ain't changing any time soon.

6. MINDoSOUL

Posts: 321; Member since: Feb 28, 2014

I think you mixed threads, i am criticizing Nokia here not Moto. Anyway everyone here is expressing their own opinion, regarding the Logo it's a personal taste. "Moto simply does what it's always done in regards to the placement of it's brand on it's devices... and that ain't changing any time soon." To survive and flourish you need to adapt and improve, looking at the trends everyone is chasing the all screen display and that will eliminate having the logo in the front. That's why Moto will have to 'change soon'.

7. mahima

Posts: 696; Member since: Nov 20, 2014

i personally like logo on the front for nokia, and mi which they decided to remove on mi note 2 and mi 6, which makes it look like too much of any other phone and iphone-ish and i like moto logo on moto z play which is in the upper bezel but really hate honor or moto or any other company when they put logo in the bottom bezel as for lg, i hate their logo, in phone, in fridge, in tv and every other product they put their logo on...i know its childish...but I can't help it...sorry lg...lg g6 is beautiful though

10. donnieroc unregistered

They did it cause they knew you would bitch like a TROLL about it!!! smh

3. GreenMan

Posts: 2667; Member since: Nov 09, 2015

A Snapdragon 212...? A 32-Bit Cortex-A7 Quad-Core clocked at 1.3Ghz and a slow 533Mhz 32-Bit single-channel RAM paired with Adreno 304 GPU which possess a rather unremarkable 20 gFlops...? I doubt this thing can run anything other than Android KitKat or Windows Phone 8.1 smoothly...! Oh well, G'Day!

8. hemedans

Posts: 744; Member since: Jun 01, 2013

android go?

9. miketer

Posts: 471; Member since: Apr 02, 2015

What will be the numbering sequence for the successors, 2.1, 5.1, 8.1, etc.? .

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