HMD Global has announced the release of the Nokia 2.3 on Android 9 Pie, available on January 23 for just $199.
The latest model will be the newest addition to Nokia’s value flagship range. The fact that it is being launched in time for the new school year will make it a great, sturdy and reliable option for students primarily.
The Nokia 2.3 also features Artificial Intelligence, biometric facial recognition, two-days battery life and a new and exclusive ‘Recommended Shot’ feature, which automatically captures ‘alternative’ shots at the press of a button and recommends the best quality photo.
Users will also benefit from monthly security updates and two major OS updates, and with HMD Global’s data collection centre based in Finland and compliant with European security measures and legislation, users additionally benefit from the highest global security standards.
Some of the other prominent features of the upcoming device include a 13MP and 2MP dual-sensor rear camera, a dedicated Google Assist button and a large 6.2-inch HD screen, which according to Nokia, has an ‘elegant aesthetic,’ inspired by its Nordic design heritage, with a stylish 3D nano-textured cover.
The Nokia 2.3 will be available in Cyan Green, Sand and Charcoal from Thursday 23rd January 2020.