Secondary Camera: 5 MPix (f/2.4, Video: 1.080p @ 30 FPS)
Average of 3 scores (from 10 reviews)
Reviews for the Nokia 2.3
HMD Global offers with the Nokia 2 a cheap entry-level smartphone, which is equipped with Android One and thus also promises the upcoming update to Android 11. You can find out what the phone has to offer beyond long updates in the review.
At Php 5,990 (with a jelly case and Bluetooth speaker), HMD Global’s latest entry-level Android One phone offers great value for money with its incredible battery life, improved overall camera performance, and more durable back panel finish.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 02/27/2020
Source: NDTV Gadgets
HMD Global competes with the likes of Xiaomi and Realme, and the company is using camera quality and battery life as its main selling points for the new Nokia 2.3. Overall, this phone looks and feels premium, and has a bigger display that is somehow still comfortable to use with one hand. At EUR 109, it could turn out to be a good budget choice for users who hate bloated custom Android UIs. Its performance in the Indian market will largely depend on the price tag attached to it. It should launch here soon, and we'll have the exact date and launch price for you as soon as HMD Global announce them.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 12/06/2019
Source: Antyweb PL→EN
Positive: Elegant design; solid workmanship; microSD card slot; large screen; nice display; long battery life. Negative: No NFC; low performance; mediocre speakers.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 03/03/2020
Source: FPT shop VN→EN
Positive: Big screen; long battery life; elegant design; great built quality; nice dual AI cameras; attractive price.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 12/21/2019
Source: The Gioididong VN→EN
Positive: Low price; nice cameras; decent performance.
Single Review, online available, Very Long, Date: 12/21/2019
Source: FPT shop VN→EN
Positive: Low price; big screen; decent autonomy.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 12/20/2019
Source: The Gioididong VN→EN
Positive: Beautiful design; low price; big screen; nice cameras; long battery life.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 12/11/2019
Source: Danviet VN→EN
Positive: Low price; long battery life. Negative: Plastic case; slow charging.
Single Review, online available, Very Short, Date: 12/07/2019
Source: Mobil.se SV→EN
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 01/31/2020
Rating: Total score: 62%
Source: M3 PC för alla SV→EN
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 01/27/2020
Rating: Total score: 40%
The Nokia 2.3 is a smartphone that allows users to get lost in their favorite series and movies for longer with the AI-assisted 2-day battery life. The Nokia 2.3 lasts up to 2 days with Adaptive Battery technology, takes epic shots with AI imaging even in low-light and unlocks with a glance. Users can bring great stories to life with the impressive 6.2” HD+ in-cell display with a selfie notch and 19:9 aspect ratio. The Nokia 2.3 looks good and feels strong. It features a truly timeless design that is not just built to look good, but to last. The 3D nano-textured cover sits securely in the hand and has a stunning finish. Plus, the diecast metal chassis with a polymer shell gives the phone better rigidity. As for the camera, it has a 13MP and 2MP dual-sensor rear camera, exclusive bokeh effects and focus adjustment. For example, effects like the Classic, Butterfly, Heart or Star-shaped styles. Plus, users can make their portraits even more eye-catching by adjusting the focus when editing. Night shots combine advanced image fusion and exposure stacking, so users can shoot stellar images in vibrant detail, even in low-light conditions.
The Google Assistant Button is there to keep up with the user's fast-paced life. For example, ask questions, see their schedule or check the traffic. The assistant learns and adapts with every use, so users can do more with their life by doing less with their phone. And with biometric face unlock, the password is as unique as the user. The Nokia 2.3 has AI-assisted Adaptive Battery technology, which makes the battery last up to 2 days on a single charge. It learns what apps are used the most and prioritizes power for them, so users can use more of the features they love for longer. As for hardware specifications, it has a MediaTek Helio A22 CPU and 2 GB of RAM. These are entry-level specifications that allow users to run most non-resource-demanding apps without issues. The Nokia 2.3 measures 157.69 x 75.41 x 8.68 mm and weighs 183 g. Users can say goodbye to the frustration of forgotten passcodes. Biometric face recognition means that they can unlock their Nokia 2.3 with just a glance. Furthermore, the Nokia 2.3 is certified Android One, which means users get a pure software experience with a streamlined interface and no bloatware. Plus, with 2 years of software upgrades and 3 years of monthly security updates, it will stay safe and act as good as new. In conclusion, the Nokia 2.3 is a budget entry-level smartphone that is suitable for students, elderly users or as a secondary phone. It is quite similar to its predecessor, the Nokia 2.2, but with a bigger screen, higher screen-to-body ratio and smaller bezel around the screen.
Hands-on article by Jagadisa Rajarathnam
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