HMD Global went official with the Nokia 2.3 last week, and they have started making moves to send this budget device to the right markets.
A couple of videos have surfaced online to show that the phone is now making its way to India, but we don’t know when they will make that happen for sure. What we do know is that it should be soon – seeing the intensity of these videos on Twitter right now.
For those who did not hear about the unit on launch, it runs the Android Pie out of the box and is developed based on the Android One program. Under the hood is as much as 32GB of storage with 2GB of RAM – where this storage can be bumped up to 400GB by leveraging the dedicated micro SD card slot.
For the features, it is not surprising to see that we have a lot of chin on the base of this phone, but it is still almost bezel less on the top of the 6.2-inch notched screen. Featuring support for a dedicated Google Assistant Key, a 5MP selfie snapper and a dual camera setup of 13MP and 2MP, the phone rounds off with a 4000mAh battery.