As far as the pricing goes, the South African units carry a price tag of ZAR 1,699 which according to current transaction rates translates into $117. In Russia, the device is retailing for $135, while officially, the company had said it’ll set you back around $115.
A couple of weeks back, HMD officially unveils a new entry-level Android-powered smartphone dubbed as – Nokia 2. The device is already available for purchase in Russia and now the handset is available in South Africa as well, where it’s currently a Vodacom Exclusive.
For those who don’t know this entry-level smartphone comes with a 5-inch HD display and is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 212 processor. Camera section for this device includes an 8MP rear-facing sensor and a 5MP front-facing shooter.
One of the key features of this device is its battery, the device houses a hefty 4,100mAh of the battery which as HMD claims will last 2-days on the usage of 5 hours per day.
The company has already launched the device in India market but the device hasn’t hit the store yet.