Nokia 2.2 render surfaces ahead of today's launch

06 June 2019
It's expected to be unveiled at an event today in India.

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  • Carol

sadh, 06 Jun 2019Who hurt you seriously? Beside, Nokia 2 and 2.1 didnt ha... moreNow you know ho China floads the worlds market with mostly backdoor or trojan infected devices.

  • Carol

Rake, 06 Jun 2019A that price, Asus Zenfone Max (M1 and M2) now, Meizu M6 No... moreAt that price you ca also buy, tripomico or cikirikibin, or bobbond, or giropok phones, they all cool. Get a fast 99% price cut from the store, now. Don't be crazy, buy them fast.y.

Nokia 2.2 will be a very cheap entry level phone so it looks pretty OK for what you pay for. A couple of euros more will give you a very excellent Nokia 5.1 Plus with fingerprint scanner and USB type C running Android One.

  • AnonD-82756

Goodness sake not another half baked device posing as a Nokia

  • 5T

Risto, 06 Jun 2019No fingerprint sensor/reader is immediately no-go. Secondl... moreWhat phones bellow mid have USB Type C? You want a fingerprint sensor in a 100E phone? Next month you'll be whining about not having 5G in a 100E phone... sheesh

  • Strangeness

Risto, 06 Jun 2019No fingerprint sensor/reader is immediately no-go. Secondl... moreHere I'm thinking that micro is more ubiquitous in the low income markets this seems to be more aimed at.

  • Rake

sadh, 06 Jun 2019Who hurt you seriously? Beside, Nokia 2 and 2.1 didnt ha... moreA that price, Asus Zenfone Max (M1 and M2) now, Meizu M6 Note that ir really good for its price too, Xiaomi Mi Play and Redmi 7... Searching a bit all at $99 with the discount codes or even lower price.

Exposing something so that buyers see certain details seems to bother some. Maybe for being an interested party in some way. Anyway, my life is not your concern.

Rake, 06 Jun 2019Wow this is so funny. Yesterday I hit full. Why announce an... moreWho hurt you seriously?

Beside, Nokia 2 and 2.1 didnt have Fingerprint sensor either. Realme c2 doesnt come with that either. I believe this is a $99 phone. What do you expect?

And again, who hurt you? You need company? Someone you need to talk with?

  • Risto

No fingerprint sensor/reader is immediately no-go.
Secondly, just like 4.2, it also has microUSB. So it is true HMD considers Type-C as "luxury" item. Honestly, it is just stupid move. They just won't let microUSB to die. Does is really cost significantly more to switch to newer port... I doubt.

"The back of the smartphone seems to be made out of glass"

BRACE YOURSELVES, the "glass back" cancer is coming even to lowend phones. Extra bonus points for the glass being same as the one on camera, so when you get a spider web on it you're ultra-f*cked.

  • Rake

shappy, 06 Jun 2019One thing I love Nokia phones is that they really care abou... moreYep, removing features like the stereo speakers and the fingerprint sensor. Sure that they'll forget reduce the price according to the removed features... even worse, perhaps they'll increase it!

This is what HMD Nokia 2.1 offered for 80-100 euros:
https://www.gsmarena.com/nokia_2_1-9216.php

We will watch later at the release event what they offer today and at what price as Nokia 2.2...

Nokia 2.1 had 2 front facing stereo speaker. Those are gone, huh?

  • Rake

Wow this is so funny. Yesterday I hit full. Why announce an insecure 2D facial unlocking feature as a great thing? To try to fool people again? Without infrared beams and 3D sensors it is not safe, a photo or similar person can unlock a phone with 2D face unlocking.

We have the answer here ... because as you could smell or imagine ... they have removed the "safe and cheap" fingerprint sensor. What a barbarity, they are more greedy than Apple now.

Even low-end Chinese phones have fingerprint sensors nowadays. Well, actually this is Chinese Chinese, if it even have the speaker on the back cover like the purest low-end Chinese style... Even the led flash is better than that camera sensor.....

But you should be grateful!!!, they will copy and paste some drivers in the AOSP ROM so that you have your scrap of phone updated for two years. Of course you'll pay for it ... it's what you pay for, the updates together with a junk phone with cheap and old components in a new case. They have been doing the same in HMD since they rented the Nokia brand. Luckily it seems that practically everyone realized the play and they no longer bite buying their scrap. Waiting for the mega event to have some laughs watching how they try to fool potential customers with their verbiage and watch how many sheeps believe them.

One thing I love Nokia phones is that they really care about low end phones.

  • Anonymous

It's already official now