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Can’t Keep Your Phone Charged? Well No More Worries with the New Nokia 2 Release

Worrying about keeping your phone charge is a thing of the past, with HMD Global launching two new smartphones capable of running for two full days on a single charge. Many consumers won’t have concern with battery life and capability with this device.

Taking your charger with you is obsolete with the new Nokia 2. HMD Global the home of Nokia has launched a phone with 4,100 mAh battery spec. The product has launched today by Finland based Headquarter HMD.

The phone has Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ quad-core processor for power-efficient and powerful experiences, a Sharp, bright LTPS LCD screen with low power consumption, and pure up to date operating system Android Nougat 7.1.1 OS.

According to Android Authority, one of the most impressive features of the phone is the design and build quality. The reason this phone has a sleek look is because it is fitted with a metal frame milled out of a 6000 aluminium series, and a sculpted polycarbonate back.

There is a matte finish at the back of the phone and with the sharp LCD Screen in the front it makes the Nokia a contender against many other Smartphones on the Market, considering the low retail price of $115.

The only downfall is the storage capacity. The phone is fitted with 8GB of internal storage which is smaller than that of other smartphones, but there is a solution to this setback. Consumer can extend storage up to 128GB with a MicroSD card. Many users will need to purchase this as an additional add-on.

As far as security goes Nokia will have monthly security updates and will be upgraded to android Oreo very soon. The Chief Product Officer of HMD Global has given it a cracking review and stated the battery life is the selling point for this technology.

“People rely on their phones so much these days with many people subconsciously rationing their battery life when out and about, so they can last the day. We don’t think you should have to do less with your phone which is why we created a smartphone that can power through when other devices need a pit stop.” Juho Sarvikas said.

The phone will come with three different colour options, Pewter/Black, Pewter/White and Copper/Black.

Compared to other products the Nokia does hold its own both trusted Reviews, and Android Authority have given the product their stamp of approval. The Nokia 2 will be a fierce competitor against other smartphone brands with this release.

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