Nokia has always been that brand with focus on the masses, and HMD Global is not letting that go away. To that end, we now have the Nokia 2.3 from this company – following up from the Nokia 2.2 that was launched last year.
While this new unit is impressive in its own rights, one notable thing that stands out is that the company chose to use the same MediaTek Helio A22 chipset that they had on the phone for last year. Besides that, though, they did some impressive things that could make you forget about all that.
To start with, we have a 6.2 inch HD screen carrying the new water drop style notch and working in at a 19:9 aspect ratio for that tall effect. The back has also been bumped to a dual camera setup, seeing a standard 13MP snapper coupled with the secondary 2MP shooter. On the front is the 5MP shooter inside the water drop notch.
Finally, the phone impresses with its bundling of a 4000mAh battery under the hood. That, and we have not mentioned that it comers with Android One out of the box. If you don’t know what that means yet, it is that this unit will get steady monthly security updates and even the next iteration of Android – even though it seems to be entry level at about $121.