Nokia Mobile launches the affordable Nokia 2.4 and Nokia 3.4 with clean UI and fresh new colours

Nokia Mobile has refreshed its affordable range of Nokia 2 and Nokia 3 series lineup by launching the all-new Nokia 2.4 and the Nokia 3.4. As with every other Nokia smartphones the devices run on Android One which offers clean UI. The phones are Android 11 ready which means they will be one of the first devices to receive Android 11 and are also eligible to receive Android 12 when it is released. Nokia Mobile will also provide three years of security patches. Let's first check out the features of the Nokia 2.4
Nokia 2.4
Nokia 2.4 is the successor of the Nokia 2.3 and now comes with a bit more powerful Mediatek Helio P22 processor, a bigger 6.5" HD+ Display and a 4500 mAh battery. The phone carries the design of 2.3 but now the textured stripes at the back are diagonal instead of vertical. The phone comes in 2GB+32GB and 3GB+64GB RAM and Storage configuration.

At the back, we have a dual-camera setup which houses an 8MP main snapper with a depth senso…

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