HMD Global announces price cut on these budget-friendly Nokia phones
In an attempt to attract more buyers during the festive season, HMD Global has reduced the prices of Nokia 3.2 and Nokia 2.2 smartphone in India. The company has announced a price cut of upto Rs. 1,100 on both the budget-friendly handsets. Notably, the revised prices are now reflecting on Nokia's official website as well. Here's our roundup.
First, here's a look at the updated prices
With the latest price revision, the 2GB/16GB variant of the Nokia 2.2 is now up for grabs at Rs. 6,599 (MRP: Rs. 8,599), while the 3GB/32GB model is listed at Rs. 7,599 (MRP: Rs. 9,599). Likewise, the Nokia 3.2 now costs Rs. 7,499 (MRP: Rs. 10,199) for the 2GB/16GB variant and Rs. 8,499 (MRP: Rs. 12,399) for the 3GB/32GB model.
Meanwhile, here's recalling both the Nokia smartphones
Both Nokia 3.2 and Nokia 2.2 look identical to each other with a waterdrop notched design, single rear camera, and a Google Assistant button. However, the Nokia 3.2 gets an advantage of a physical fingerprint scanner. The Nokia 3.2 sports a 6.26-inch display with HD+ resolution, while the Nokia 2.2 gets a smaller 5.71-inch screen with same resolution.
What's the camera like on Nokia 3.2 and Nokia 2.2?
In the imaging department, both Nokia 3.2 and Nokia 2.2 pack single 13MP (f/2.2) main camera. This camera supports HDR, panorama, and can record 1080p videos at 30fps. Up front, the handsets house a 5MP (f/2.2) snapper for selfies, video calling, and face unlock.
Under the hood
The Nokia 3.2 is powered by a Snapdragon 429 chipset, while the Nokia 2.2 packs MediaTek Helio A22 processor. As for memory options, both phones gets upto 3GB RAM and upto 32GB storage (expandable upto 400GB). Under the hood, the Nokia 3.2 packs a 4,000mAh battery, while the Nokia 2.2 packs a smaller 3,000mAh battery.
Connectivity options and operating system
In terms of connectivity, both Nokia phones come with support for dual-SIMs (Nano), Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2, micro-USB port, headphone jack. Lastly, both phones run on stock Android Pie as part of Android One program.