HMD Global has announced that it has an event on December 5 for the presentation of a new member of the Nokia family. It is speculated that the scheduled launch event is to present the new Nokia 8.2, based on the fact that the Nokia 8.1 was launched on December 5 of last year. However, there is another device that has been appearing in the news, and that is the assumption Nokia 2.3.
This low-range smartphone will have a fairly modest price, so we are talking about one of the cheapest terminals of this and next year, which is about to begin.
First reported by the portal Nokia PowerUser, a screenshot of an unknown Chilean store shows the list of the phone's carbon variant priced at 97,378 Chilean pesos, which becomes aapproximately 108 euros or 119 dollars. This figure is cheaper than the launch price of 139 dollars of Nokia 2.2 in the United States last year.
The list is for the coal variant, but there is no picture of the phone, so we have no idea how it looks. However, we know that it will have a very modest and typical design of a low-performance mobile, being possessed of somewhat pronounced frames (mostly at the top and bottom) and a plastic-based construction.
On the other hand, in terms of some of its features and technical specifications, the Nokia 2.3 is expected to come with a HD + screen of not less than 6.1 inches and a 3,920 mAh battery without support for fast charging technology, which tells us that the port we will find in it is not USB-C. It is also expected to have Bluetooth 5.0, but all these are mere expectations.