Nokia 2.4 launched in Nepal with an AI camera & long-lasting battery
HMD Global, home of Nokia phones, launched Nokia 2.4 in Nepal. It is the first phone in the series from the company that comes with a dual-camera. It is confirmed to come with three years of monthly security updates and two years of Android OS software update which means that it will have the update from Android up to android 12. In Nepal, Tele Talk takes the responsibility of Nokia’s phone distribution over Nepal.
Specs Overview of Nokia 2.4:
Nokia 2.4 comes with 6.5 inches IPS LCD display that supports HD+ resolution with the aspect ratio 20:9. It has a little bezel on the bottom of the display with the company’s logo ‘Nokia’. Nokia 2.4 comes with both a fingerprint reader and an AI face unlock features that lets you access the device easily and quickly.
It has a nordic inspired color and a 3D-nano textured cover gives the grip for the mobile phone sitting your hand. It has die-cast metal chassis with a polycarbonate shell to save the smartphone from daily knockouts and damage.
Nokia 2.4 is powered by MediaTek’s Helio P22 (12nm) octa-core processor. It comes in a single variant in Nepal with 2GB RAM and 32GB internal storage that can be further expanded via a microSD dedicated slot.
The rear side of the smartphone comes with a dual-camera and a LED flashlight in a single bump. The primary camera of 13MP is coupled with a 2MP depth sensor. A camera is something that you require not just in daylight but also in the night time. This camera of the smartphone that can take pictures in dark with even more details and also the depth sensor can take focused bokeh images. The front camera is of 5MP housed in a waterdrop notch.
It is backed with an AI-assisted adaptive 4500mAh huge battery that can last up to 2 days. It basically prioritizes power for the most-used apps.
Price and Availability:
Nokia 2.4 is priced at Rs. 14,599 in Nepal and comes in only Grey color option. It is now available for purchase at Nokia’s offline and online retail partners’ outlets all over Nepal.