What is said to be the Nokia 2 has recently passed the FCC certification giving away its detailed spec-sheet along with a couple of images of the device. The leaked images show the front and back of the alleged Nokia 2.
Going by the looks of it, the design in the leaked images seems to match those of Nokia’s recent offerings. Although the Nokia brand is missing on the phone, its overall design pretty much fits the bill. So far, HMD-owned Nokia has launched a number of handsets such as Nokia 6, Nokia 5, and Nokia 3 and is working on adding more devices to its smartphone portfolio.
On the rear of the device, we can see a single speaker at the bottom left corner while a rear camera module sits along the top edge. Complete with a LED flash, this camera setup also resembles the customary camera module design on other Nokia smartphones.
Up front, there is a front-facing secondary camera to the top left, however, an accompanying front flash seems to be missing. Unlike some of the other devices, the lack of front flash in the Nokia 2 makes sense since it is believed to be an entry-level Android smartphone.
According to previous rumours, the Nokia 2 will probably come with a 5-inch HD display, however, some speculations suggest that it could sport a 4.7-inch display instead. The phone is rumoured to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 212 processor under the hood, paired with 1GB of RAM – which is fairly less when compared to the higher offerings by other budget smartphones.
On the software front, the handset runs on Android 7.1.1 Nougat operating system. As for the camera, there is no information with regards to the front and rear sensors of the Nokia 2. The battery capacity of the device is also not known, but since it is supposed to be a budget smartphone, we cannot expect a big battery or even high-quality cameras.
The design renders of the Nokia 2 was leaked a few days ago on July 28 and the now leaked images at the FCC seem to match the renders save for the missing brand logo. For now, there is no word on the exact pricing and availability of the Nokia 2, but more information about further specs and the launch date will likely come once the company has officially announced the upcoming Nokia 2.
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