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.