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Nokia 2.2 is now official with Helio A22 & 19:9 display

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Nokia just launched its cheapest Android One phone in India today, the Nokia 2.2. As the name suggests, it is a successor to the Nokia 2.1 of last year. The base variant of the phone is priced at Rs 6,999 or $100, so it’s a super cheap phone from the company still, it packs some excellent features for the price.

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The design of the Nokia 2.2 is pretty good despite the super cheap price tag. There is a glossy polycarbonate back panel & a 19:9 display on the front featuring a waterdrop notch. There is a huge bottom bezel but that’s normal for such a super cheap device. One interesting thing about the design is that dedicated Google Assistant button on the left.

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The display on the front is a 5.71-inch HD+ panel with 19:9 aspect ratio & 400 nits of brightness. The processor powering the phone is a Quad-Core 2.0GHz MediaTek Helio A22. There is 2/3GB RAM & 16/32GB internal storage. The storage can be expanded up to 400GB via micro SD card.

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Coming to the cameras, the Nokia 2.2 has a single 13MP rear camera with f/2.2 aperture & 1.12um pixel size. On the front, there is a single 5MP camera. Some camera features include HDR, Panorama, Low Light enhancement, Time Lapse, Beautification, & Google Lens.

 

Android 9 Pie runs out of the box & since it is an Android One phone, the Nokia 2.2 will get two major Android updates. Finally, there is a 3,000mAh battery & the phone comes with a 5W charger in the box.

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The Nokia 2.2 comes in two colors – Black & Steel. There are two storage options & here is the pricing –

  • 2GB + 16GB  Rs 6,999 ($100)
  • 3GB + 32GB – Rs 7,999 ($115)

The phone is currently up for pre-order via the Nokia India’s website & will go on sale starting June 11.

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