Nokia mobile announced yet another affordable smartphone, Nokia 2V Tella, which is an exclusive for the US carrier Verizon. The device is coming in a nicely designed body, protected with a polycarbonate cover. The front is not so much appealing because of the super large bezels that I haven’t seen since the Lumia 520 days. But, those bezels that are enclosing a 5.45-inch screen do suggest its affordability and purpose. Nokia 2V Tella is coming with an 8MP main shooter backed with a 2MP depth camera, 3000 mAh battery that should be enough for two-day usage, and Android 10.
Here are the basic specs of Nokia 2 V Tella
Dimensions: 150.6×71.6×9.1 (5.93” x 2.82” x 0.36”)
Mass: 180g (6.35 ounces)
Screen: 5.45” HD+
Processor: MTK MT6761, 4 x 2.0 GHz
Memory: 2 GB LPPDDR3
Camera: 8+2 MP
Selfie: 5 MP FF with flash
Sensors: Ambient light sensor, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer (G-sensor)
Connectivity: WiFi, GPS, BT 4.2
Extra: 2 microphones, FM radio, USB-C
OS: Android 10
I am glad that entry phones are finally getting the USB-C, which should become a standard today. The price is set at $168 or around €140. At this price, the future Nokia users might consider going for Nokia 2.4, which does look better.
For more details of the Nokia 2V Tella, check Nokia page or HMD Global press release.