HMD Global unveiled new Nokia 2.4 and Nokia 3.4 as their entry-level smartphone. The company has managed to release several smartphones over the past few years. Earlier this year, the company introduced its budget-oriented Nokia 5.3 and Nokia C3 in some of the global markets.
Nokia 2.4: Specification and Pricing
The device is powered by Mediatek Helio P22 SoC and is paired with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of expandable storage. HMD Global claims the 4500mAh inside the phone should provide a 2-day battery life. Sadly, it also comes with a MicroUSB port thus losing out on the fast charging support.
The device runs on Android 10 and is scheduled to receive Android 11 very soon. As part of the Android One program, the device will receive at least two major Android upgrades for the next two years and security patches for three years.
The Nokia 2.4 adopts a 6.5-inches display with an HD+ resolution and a 21:9 aspect ratio.
At the back, the mobile houses a dual camera which includes a 13MP primary sensor (f / 2.2) and a 2MP depth sensor. Sitting below the cameras is a fingerprint scanner. Additional features include AI imaging, night mode, and a portrait mode. While the waterdrop notch houses a 5MP selfie camera.
Other features include NFC, a dedicated Google Assistant button, FM radio, and 3.5mm headphone jack.
The Nokia 2.4 comes in three colour variants – Charcoal, Dusk, and Fjord – and is priced at €119 in Europe and $139 in the US. It will be available for purchase this month.
Nokia 3.4: Specification and Pricing
The device is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 460 SoC. Making it one of the first phones to be powered by new the Snapdragon 400 series for the first time. It is paired with 3GB to 4GB of RAM, 32GB to 64GB of storage and can be expanded via a MicroSD card slot. HMD Global claims the 4000mAh inside the phone should provide a 2-day battery life. However, this device comes with a USB-C port as opposed to Nokia 2.4 and gets a 10W charger inside the box.
Similarly, this too runs on Android 10 and is scheduled to receive Android 11 very soon. As part of the Android One program, the device will receive at least two major Android upgrades for the next two years and security patches for three years.
Sadly, the Nokia 3.4 too adopts a similar 6.39 inch HD + screen (1560 x 720 pixels) in 19.5:9 format. Considering it an upgrade we can at least expect an FHD+ display.
At the rear, the Nokia 3.4 is slightly getting more solid configuration with a triple camera setup which includes a 13MP primary camera, a 5MP ultra-wide-angle camera, and a 2MP depth sensor. Whereas at the front, it houses an 8MP sensor inside the punch-hole cutout.
Much like its younger sibling, it also includes NFC, a dedicated Google Assistant button, FM radio, and 3.5mm headphone jack.
Just like the Nokia 2.4, the Nokia 3.4 too comes with similar colour variants – Charcoal, Dusk, and Fjord – and is priced at €159 in Europe and $179 in the US. However, it will be available for purchase by the end of this year.