HMD Global’s latest devices happen to be the Nokia 2.4 and 3.4, made for those with little budget. Both devices are entry-level devices, which implies that you won’t expect to see high-grade features.
The Nokia 2.4 device features a 6.5-inch display. Despite being more massive than the 3.4, the 3D Nano-textured cover sits securely in your hand and has a stunning Nordic finish. Plus, the diecast metal chassis and polycarbonate shell give the phone a comfortable, solid feel.
The phone boots Android 10 out of the box and will be updated to Android 11 in the nearest future as HMD promises two years of OS updates and another year of security patches.
The 45000 mAh battery promises to offer two days out of Nokia 2.4 on a single charge as the AI-assisted Adaptive Battery prioritizes power for the apps you use. Unfortunately, it charges at 5W over outdated microUSB.
Under the skin is a MediaTek Helio P22 SoC paired with 2GB of RAM and 32 GB storage. There’s an option to expand the internal storage via a dedicated microSD slot.
The selfie camera located at the tear-drop notch is a 5MP selfie shooter, while the rest of the cameras are at the back of the device as they comprise a 13MP primary camera and its companion, the 2MP depth sensor. An LED flash with a fingerprint sensor is directly below the rear cameras.
Nokia 2.4 is available in Dusk (purple), Charcoal, and Fjord colors. There is also a 3/64GB configuration for this device, as it would be available for a starting price of $140.
It sports with a 6.39″ HD+ screen with a punch-hole display housing an 8MP selfie camera to offer more screen space for immersive entertainment. On the rear, we find a 13MP primary camera alongside a 5MP ultrawide cam and a 2MP depth sensor. Also, here is a fingerprint reader, though you can use face unlock if you prefer.
It is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 460 with an octa-core CPU that offers up to 70% better performance than previous generations.
The Nokia 3.4 boots Android 10 out of the box and will be updated to Android 11 in the nearest future as HMD promises two years of OS updates and another year of security patches.
The device has a 4000 mAh battery, as HMD promises a 2-day battery life from it. The Nokia 3.4 will be available in Charcoal as it is available in three configurations – 3/32 GB, 3/64 GB, and 4/64 GB configurations having a starting price of $187.