nokia 2

Price: 28000.00

Category: Mobile Phones

Brand:ACER

location:main park ikom(shop 96)

phone:07067473559 or 08169044444

email:gabrielodey@gmail.com

Product Details

What that gets you in Nokia world is a 5-inch 720p display - pretty great at this price point if you ask us. Going by the numbers, it could be the same as the one on the Nokia 3, so thumbs up to Nokia for not digging up a qHD panel (small 'q' - 540x960px) long forgotten in some distant warehouse. It's covered with Gorilla Glass 3, so there's no complaints about that either. Where things start looking gloomy is the chipset - the Snapdragon 212 is an old dog, a minor upgrade to the 210, neither of which is particularly quick. And that's just us being polite. A single gigabyte of RAM and 8GB of storage further reinforce the feeling we're looking at a smartwatch specsheet. Smartwatches don't typically have cameras, and we certainly haven't heard of ones with two shooters. The Nokia 2 is no wearable and does have a pair - an 8MP camera on the back, and a 5MP front-facing unit. Nothing fancy, obviously. What it lacks in oomph, the Nokia 2 makes up for in battery - a 4,100mAh power pack promises plenty of on time, 2 days Nokia says. We'll see about that. There are goodies you won't find on most flagships though - like the dedicated microSD slot, whether the Nokia 2 is single or dual SIM. There's an FM radio receiver too, beat that, Pixel 2! Nokia 2 key features ›Body: Aluminum frame, removable plastic back, Gorilla Glass 3 front. ›Display: 5.0" LTPS IPS LCD, 1,280x720px resolution, 294 ppi. ›Rear camera: 8MP, f/2.6 aperture, autofocus; LED flash; 720p video recording. ›Front camera: 5MP, f/2.6 aperture; fixed focus; 720p video recording. ›OS/Software: Android 7.1.1 Nougat. ›Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon 212: quad-core 1.3GHz Cortex-A7 CPU, Adreno 304 GPU. ›Memory: 1GB of RAM; 8GB of storage; dedicated microSD slot. ›Battery: 4,100mAh Li-Ion (sealed). ›Connectivity: Single SIM and dual SIM versions, market dependent; Cat. 4 LTE (150Mbps/50Mbps); microUSB 2.0; Wi-Fi b/g/n; GPS, GLONASS, BDS; no NFC; Bluetooth 4.1. ›Misc:FM radio, 3.5mm jack, back-firing single speaker. There's no Wi-Fi ac, LTE download speeds are limited to 150Mbps, and the charging port is microUSB, but should you really expect more in this price segment? There's a headphone jack, after all, if we haven't mentioned a Pixel 2 recently for no apparent reason, ahem. Now, if we weren't thrilled with the Nokia 3's performance when we had it over for review, what does that say about the humble 2? Nothing, not yet at least - we'll be evaluating it on its own merits. Let's get it out of its box first. Retail box The Nokia 2 comes in an unassuming small cardboard box with the phone printed on top, in a 'connecting people' context, of course. Jokes aside, there's everything to get you started: a 5V/2A charger, a USB cable, and even a basic headset.

nokia 2

Price: 28000.00

Category: Mobile Phones

Brand:IPHONE

location:main park ikom(shop 96)

phone:07067473559 or 08169044444

email:gabrielodey@gmail.com

Product Details

What that gets you in Nokia world is a 5-inch 720p display - pretty great at this price point if you ask us. Going by the numbers, it could be the same as the one on the Nokia 3, so thumbs up to Nokia for not digging up a qHD panel (small 'q' - 540x960px) long forgotten in some distant warehouse. It's covered with Gorilla Glass 3, so there's no complaints about that either. Where things start looking gloomy is the chipset - the Snapdragon 212 is an old dog, a minor upgrade to the 210, neither of which is particularly quick. And that's just us being polite. A single gigabyte of RAM and 8GB of storage further reinforce the feeling we're looking at a smartwatch specsheet. Smartwatches don't typically have cameras, and we certainly haven't heard of ones with two shooters. The Nokia 2 is no wearable and does have a pair - an 8MP camera on the back, and a 5MP front-facing unit. Nothing fancy, obviously. What it lacks in oomph, the Nokia 2 makes up for in battery - a 4,100mAh power pack promises plenty of on time, 2 days Nokia says. We'll see about that. There are goodies you won't find on most flagships though - like the dedicated microSD slot, whether the Nokia 2 is single or dual SIM. There's an FM radio receiver too, beat that, Pixel 2! Nokia 2 key features ›Body: Aluminum frame, removable plastic back, Gorilla Glass 3 front. ›Display: 5.0" LTPS IPS LCD, 1,280x720px resolution, 294 ppi. ›Rear camera: 8MP, f/2.6 aperture, autofocus; LED flash; 720p video recording. ›Front camera: 5MP, f/2.6 aperture; fixed focus; 720p video recording. ›OS/Software: Android 7.1.1 Nougat. ›Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon 212: quad-core 1.3GHz Cortex-A7 CPU, Adreno 304 GPU. ›Memory: 1GB of RAM; 8GB of storage; dedicated microSD slot. ›Battery: 4,100mAh Li-Ion (sealed). ›Connectivity: Single SIM and dual SIM versions, market dependent; Cat. 4 LTE (150Mbps/50Mbps); microUSB 2.0; Wi-Fi b/g/n; GPS, GLONASS, BDS; no NFC; Bluetooth 4.1. ›Misc:FM radio, 3.5mm jack, back-firing single speaker. There's no Wi-Fi ac, LTE download speeds are limited to 150Mbps, and the charging port is microUSB, but should you really expect more in this price segment? There's a headphone jack, after all, if we haven't mentioned a Pixel 2 recently for no apparent reason, ahem. Now, if we weren't thrilled with the Nokia 3's performance when we had it over for review, what does that say about the humble 2? Nothing, not yet at least - we'll be evaluating it on its own merits. Let's get it out of its box first. Retail box The Nokia 2 comes in an unassuming small cardboard box with the phone printed on top, in a 'connecting people' context, of course. Jokes aside, there's everything to get you started: a 5V/2A charger, a USB cable, and even a basic headset.