Looking for a super-cheap Android One smartphone? Well, HMD Global has just announced the Nokia 2.2, and it may be your piece.
For 99 euros (~ $ 112), you get a phone with a square MediaTek A22 chipset, 2GB or 3GB RAM, 16GB or 32GB expandable storage, and a 5.71- inch HD + LCD screen with water drop.
Other key metrics include a 3000mAh battery with five watts charge via microUSB, a 13MP f / 2.2 rear camera, a 5MP front-face shooter with face unlock and & # 39; n 3.5mm port.
The major reason for getting the Nokia 2.2 is Android One support, which means it will receive two years of OS upgrades and three years of security plots (it ships with Android Pie). Google's impact does not end there, as the Nokia 2.2 also comes with a Google Assistant button.
This may not be the best low-end smartphone on the market in terms of mere specifications, than the $ 104 Redmi 7 look better scared of your money. Xiaomi's device offers a higher-performance chipset, dual rear camera, and a larger battery. But the stock Android implementation and promise of updates make sure the Nokia 2.2 stands out.
The Nokia 2.2 will be available in Steel and Tungsten Swart and is expected to be released on June 11. You must be able to order it from the official website in advance – check it via the button below.