One of the budget Nokia phones 2.2 which was released last month in other markets, arrives at the U.S with a price tag of $139 on Amazon. Just like Samsung A10, it has a 5MP camera notch on top and thick bezel at the bottom with the brand name. Unlocked and compatible with AT&T, T-Mobile, MetroPCS, Cricket and Mint. Android Pie OS can be upgraded: 3 years of security updates and 2 year OS upgrades. AI assistant works with the Google Assistant button. 5.72 inch HD display comes with face unlock but no fingerprint sensor. Only a single rear 13MP camera with HDR feature can make quite good pictures.
Nokia 4.2’s design was copied in 2.2 excluding dual camera and fingerprint security. For $139 Nokia 2.2 is worth buying. Those who don’t like buying flagship phones on credit, this smartphone can the smartest choice for keeping the wallet thick. Nokia is making a nice move to increase revenue in the budget, mid-range and high-end markets. Let’s see which budget phones will come to the U.S market.
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