Nokia 2.3 launched: Full specs and features
Nokia 2.3, the new and latest budget smartphone goes official in an event held in Egypt. It is a successor of Nokia 2.2, which was also launched for the budget users. According to the company, you will get some of the best shots with this phone.
It comes with a dedicated Google Assistant button also. It is a dual-Sim phone with 4G VoLTE support and you also get a dedicated memory card slot. Green, Sand, and Charcoal colors are revealed for its users. It comes only in a single variant and its pricing is 109 Euros($121 or ₹8,625).
You also get a 3.5mm jack to use the earphones and the fingerprint sensor is placed on the rear side. It comes with MicroUSB 2.0 port and it can be said a disappointment. Battery size is 4,000 mAh and there is no quick-charging.
- 6.2 inches HD+ display, 720×1520 pixels, 19:9 aspect ratio, IPS LCD display panel, 271 PPi, Always-on display, 2.5D curved Glass
- Android 9 Pie (Android 10 confirmed)
- MediaTek Helio A22 Quad-core 2 GHz SoC
- Power Vr GE8320 GPU
- 2 GB RAM/32 GB Storage (400 GB Expandable)
- 13+2 MP rear cameras
- 13 MP main sensor with f/2.2 (1.12um pixel size)
- 2 MP depth sensor
- 1080P videos
- 5 MP front camera with f/2.4
Nokia 2.3 Full Specifications and features
This is a new and latest budget phone of the company but it comes with a water-drop notch, which is good. I am happy to see this design in Nokia’s budget phone and it looks amazing.
You are getting a 6.2 inches HD+ display and it is a 2.5D curved glass display. You are not getting any Corning Gorilla Glass protection, which is a disappointment. The display resolution is 720×1520 and it has an aspect ratio of 19:9. This display has a pixel density of 271 PPi.
I have already told you about its Android One program, which ensures the future updates. You will get Android 9 Pie and it is upgradable to Android 10. For the lite performance and gaming, it comes with a MediaTek Helio A22 Quad-core processor. The max clock speed is 2 GHz. For the lite gaming, it coupled with PowerVR GE 8320 GPU.
You are getting a dual-camera setup instead of a single camera. The Nokia has used 13+2 MP camera sensors, where 13 MP is the main sensor. The 13 MP sensor comes with an f/2.2 aperture and its pixel size is 1.12um. The 2 MP is a depth sensor and rear cameras can record 1080P videos. On the front side. you also get a 5 MP sensor with f/2.4 aperture and it is unacceptable at this pricing.
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Is this new and latest budget phone worth to buy at this pricing?
I think Nokia should learn the pricing of this time. This Nokia 2.3 can’t compete with other phones of the same pricing. I mean the display is decent but processors are below average. The camera looks decent at daylight but, you won’t be able to decent shots at the low-light condition. I can’t recommend this phone to my readers.
If you want a Nokia phone at the same pricing, then you must consider the Nokia 5.1 Plus. You can consider Samsung Galaxy M10s also with the Super-AMOLED display panel. I am giving the kick to this Nokia phone also and you should ignore this one.