Nokia 2 leaks out in all its (cheap) glory


HMD Global may not want to confirm the existence ofthe Nokia 2 yet, but the handset has already been approved by the FCC, which evenshared some rather dull photos of it. Today, thanks to Evan Blass (aka@evleaks), we can take a look at what appear to be official Nokia 2 renders.



 



The upcoming handset is presented in two color variants -black and white/silver. It has a pretty generic design, with one notable change(when compared to the other Nokia smartphones introduced this year): there areno capacitive buttons on the Nokia 2, which means we're getting virtualnavigation keys.



 



We know that the Nokia 2 will come with a large 4,000 mAhbattery, so chances are that it will last about 2 days on a single charge.Other (yet to be confirmed) features should include a 5-inch display with 720 x1280 pixels, only 1 GB of RAM, and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 212 processor.



 



On the software side, the Nokia 2 should offer Android 7Nougat out of the box, but we're not ruling out an update to Android 8 Oreo (afterall, HMD recently said that all its current smartphones, including the Nokia 3, will getOreo at some point).



 



We still don't have details on the release date and price ofthe Nokia 2, though the phone will likely be cheaper than the Nokia 3, thus costing less than $160 unlocked. We're guessing that the handset will be officially announced in the nearfuture.    



 



source: Evan Blass (Twitter) 

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