Nokia 2.2 is currently the cheapest Android One device on the market. Its low price doesn’t mean that its specs are bad. On the contrary, Nokia 2.2 is a nice smartphone with a 5.71-inch display (1520x720p), MediaTek Helio A22 SoC with 4 x A53 cores clocked at 2GHz, 5MP front camera with face unlock feature, 13MP rear camera, and removable 3000mAh battery. The mentioned specs are great, and when combined with 3GB RAM and 32GB storage, which are usually meant for mid-range devices, you get a competent affordable smartphone. The ability to remove the battery could be helpful for all the people that will rather carry an extra battery rather than some sort of a power bank. Also, the owners of the 2.2 will be able to change the looks of their device by simply changing the Xpress-On covers.
Amazon will be offering it in the USA for $139, and the device should be available starting from July 9. The device should work on AT&T, T-Mobile, MetroPCS, Cricket, and Mint. In Germany, HMD Global is selling the 2/16GB version of Nokia 2.2 for a similar price as this one in the USA. I believe that folks in Europe would rather pay the same money for the US version of Nokia 2.2.
For more details about the offer, check the Amazon page.