The Nokia 2.3 Full Review and guides

The Nokia 2.3 Full Review and guides

What is up guys? learn for your personality here and welcome to the blog. So this is the Nokia 2.4, a successor to theNokia 2.3 which I reviewed earlier in January and its currently retailing for around $139

At that price you are getting some really decent specifications and good software experiencesince its an Android One device so, stock android. Now unlike the Nokia 2.3, the 2.4 this timecomes with a fingerprint scanner, a slightly taller display and also more RAM. 

So let's unbox the Nokia 2.4 and take a quicklook. The Nokia 2.4 comes in the same familiar box,it's clearly indicated on the box 2 years of android upgrades. 

That is something you'll barely get with devicesat this price point. This is the charcoal grey as indicated inthe box, there are two other color options that is fjord and dusk. Now let's dive right into the box. First out is the device with a sticker onthe display carrying highlights of the major specifications. 

Better low light photography, 2 days batterylife, 6.5inch HD display, a Fingerprint sensor and android 11 ready. According to the roadmap, the android 11 updatefor Nokia 2.4 is scheduled for the first quarter of next year. 

As we saw on the box, this is the charcoalgrey color. It is built of plastic and I like the designand the textured finish. The color is actually dual toned, it's darktowards the bottom Off to the the right side we have the volume rockerand power keys. At the back you can see the dual camera setup,a flash and a Fingerprint Scanner. 


To the left we have the dual nano-sim cardtray which supports sd card, and a dedicated Google assistant button. At the bottom we have a noise-cancelling mic,micro USB port, no USB C, bottom firing mono speaker. At the top we have the headphone jack anda second noise cancelling mic. 

Let's keep this aside and see what other itemscomes in the box. There's a sim ejector tool, quick start guide,product and safety information and another document in a different language. 

You also get a transparent protective casingthat fits nicely. You have your earphones, a charging brick, and amicro USB cable. That's all you get in the box of the Nokia2.4. Time to power it on. 

First boot and setup is straight forward. The Nokia 2.4 like other Nokia devices runson stock android. The only bloatwares you're going to find areGoogle applications. You got to love stock android for its cleanuser interface, smooth and fast. 

The Nokia 2.4 currently runs android 10 outof the box with android 11 scheduled for early 2021 It comes in 2 memory options, 2GB of RAM, 32GBof storage and 3GB of RAM with 64GB of storage. This is the 3GB version, the 2GB version howeveris more affordable. For size the device is taller than its predecessorwhich was 6.2 inches. 

Its has a 6.5inches HD+ display that is 720p. It has a waterdrop notch housing the selfiecamera. It is an IPS LCD display and I'll say it looksgood. 6.5 inches is not the most suitable for one-handeduse both you could say it is currently the standard The fingerprint scanner is located at theback just under the camera and it's easily reachable. It however takes a split seconds to unlock. 

The Google assistant button on the left cannot be remapped without a third party application. You can however disable it. By default you have gesture navigation enabledand you can change that from the settings. For now, apps runs smoothly with no lags. 

I'll be loading more applications and usethis device more so I can give a more detailed review on its performance. Nokia 2.4 runs on the Mediatek Helio P22 processor,you could consider this an upgrade as the 2.3 had Helio A22. It also has a 4500 MAh per hour battery andit should easily last you more than a day. 

With more extensive use I'll be able to confirmjust how good the battery life is. The Nokia 2.4 has a 5MP selfie camera, forthe rear we have a 13MP main camera and a 2MP depth sensor. Here are some of the photos I took. 

I think it's pretty decent for its price point. I'm not so impressed by the night mode butthis is just a quick review, so I'll probably have to test in slightly better low lightconditions. I'll be using this device over the next fewdays to see just how well it holds up, so I can give a more detailed review. 

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