HMD Global‘s Nokia 2, the cheapest phone in their current portfolio of Nokia devices, has shown up on Amazon for U.S. buyers. The Nokia 2 was first announced for India and it was unclear whether the device would make it to the U.S. market. The Amazon listing for the Nokia 2 has it at a retail price of $99 and all three colors – copper, black and white – are available.
According to the listing, the Nokia 2 is currently out-of-stock and no expected shipping date is provided. It is a bit unclear as to whether a few devices were available initially and snatched up or whether this is effectively a pre-order stage for the device.
The Nokia 2 is equipped with a Snapdragon 212, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of storage, a 5-inch display, an 8MP rear camera and a front-facing 5MP camera. Needless to say, the hardware is very uninspiring. About the only real positive to be found is the 4100 mAh battery that can power the device for two days between charges.
If you have need for a cheap Android phone you can hit the link below to add it to your account with Amazon. The retailer says they will notify those who place an order via email as to when delivery may be expected once they know and they will only charge your account when the phone actually ships.
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