HMD Global just launched some new cool devices along with the flagship, the Nokia 9 PureView at MWC. These devices are affordable and yet carry the legacy of Nokia. Let’s take a look at them.
Nokia 1 Plus
This is the successor to the entry-level Nokia 1 which was launched last year. The Nokia 1 Plus runs the Android Go version of Android Oreo. Android Go is a skimmed version of Android which is specifically made for low specs phones.
The phone is powered by a quad-core MediaTek MT6739 processor and includes 1GB/2GB of memory and 8GB or 16GB of storage. A 2,500mAh battery is embedded in the chassis. HMD says the 1GB version will cost 89 euros and the 2GB version will cost 99 euros, available starting in March.
This device features a stylish 2.5D glass on the front and the back. It has a 5.71-inch HD+ display at 18:9 with a teardrop notch at the top. It also has a 13MP main camera and an accompanying 2MP depth sensor. This allows the phone to take better bokeh photos. Other features include an LED flash, depth of field editor, and color pop. The Nokia 4.2 goes on sale in April for 169 euros.
This device’s main highlight is its notification light (no pun intended). HMD Global realized that people often miss out notifications if the phone is kept upside down. So they moved it to the power button and now it’s visible.
A 6.26-inch display offers HD+ resolution in the 18:9 aspect ratio. A very small teardrop notch at the top holds the user-facing camera. HD+ resolution in the 18:9 aspect ratio. The phone runs on Qualcomm Snapdragon 429 processor and 2/16GB as well as 3/32 GB storage options are available. Pricing for the Nokia 3.2 starts at 129 euros, sales start in April.
So Nokia is back giving us nostalgic memories by launching the Nokia 210. There’s a 2.4-inch screen on the front above the keypad. Other specs include a VGA camera, 16MB of storage, and FM radio, and 1,020mAh battery. The 210 is limited to 2G networks.
The Nokia 210 will be on sale starting next week for just 30 euros.
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