Nokia 14 Aug
Sometime back we got our hands on supposedly leaked information by a popular tech tipster named Evan Blass who shared HMD Globa’s plans to launch an entry-level smartphone named Nokia 2.1 that would be specific to Verizon in the United States and now in the latest development in this regard, we have a bit of more insight into it.
Previously named as Nokia 2.1V, it seems that the phone would be unveiled via Verizon rebranding it to Nokia 2V. The phone is expected to be priced at $115 which would be available to be purchased as a prepaid smartphone when it gets launched later this year.
Nokia 2V is expected to feature a 5.5-inch display that would be fueled by an impressive 4000 mAh battery. Coming to the processing power, Nokia 2V, being an entry-level smartphone offers Snapdragon 425 and 1 GB of RAM, which surely won’t be the best specifications for tech-savvy consumers, though this is what you get for the super low price point of around $100. Shipping with Android 8.1 Oreo (Go Edition) that would be pre-installed on the phone, Nokia 2V would likely be on the way after the release.
Talking about the camera department, Nokia 2V could sport an 8MP camera on the rear side along with an LED flash while a 5MP camera on the front side for selfies. Currently, there is no information on when it’s going to be out finally, and the demand for it is yet to be seen.