Is Nokia 2.3 gonna be the top choice under 8k in Q1 2020 ?

December 5th, 2019 wasn’t exactly a good day for Nokia Fans

  Expecting a whole lot of new tech and innovative features that includes the most anticipated Nokia 8.2 and Nokia 5.2.But instead, they just got 1 phone, Nokia 2.3

Nokia held their launch event in the city of Cairo, Egypt that revealed the phone. The phone seems intuitive with a brand new look that doesn’t feel cheap anymore like the older budget phones.

 The phone comes with a 6.2 inch 720×1520 IPS LCD Display with standard features, and definitely no fancy features like the Pureview or ambient displays. Although, it does have an Always-On display.

Specifications of Nokia 2.3 

1.  6.2 Inch IPS LCD Display with 19:9 ratio and Always-On Display

2. Mediatek MT6761 Helio A22 (12 nm) Chipset with Quad-core 2.0 GHz Cortex-A53 CPU and PowerVR GE8320 GPU

3. 32GB of Internal Memory with 2GB of ram

4. 13 MP Primary Camera with an f/2.2 and Auto Focus, with a max video upto 1080p, and a secondary 2MP camera for depth sensing. A Front Facing 5MP Camera with an f/2.4

5. Bluetooth 5.0 with USB 3.0 and a 4000 mAH Battery

(Source : GSMarena)

I know what you’re thinking. There is nothing great in the spec sheet. Sadly, considering the price point and the outlook into new tech of 2020, it does not seem to tally. With a price point of EUR 109 (Roughly ₹ 8,500), it does not seem to be a forward looking phone.

The features it offers like the portrait mode than change the bokeh effect to stars and other shape seemed a bit gimmicky, while not many fans were looking up to it.

Instantaneously, the released of the Snapdragon 865 Chipset has opened eyes to the claimed fastest mobile phone in the world, and that arises the question of budget phones like the 2.3 which may not have an impact across the mobile markets around the world.

 

 

 

 

 

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