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Nokia 2.2: design revealed before launch

Nokia 2.2 is just a few hours away from being officially presented. Thanks to the renowned leaker – Evan Blass – we have access to the device’s appearance before launch. Judging by the shared rendering , the smartphone will arrive with a reduced margins design and a notch of water drop.

This is the successor to Nokia 2.1, and presents itself with clear improvements. The margins are much smaller, and the bar at the top has been replaced by a notch drop of water. The “chin” of the smartphone continues to exist, but the bar is now smaller.

nokia 2.2 render evan blass
Credit: Evan Blass (@evleaks)

The Nokia 2.2 comes to attack the entry-level market. With term comparison, its predecessor costs around 130 euros. One of the interesting features of the Nokia 2.1 was its two front speakers. Judging from the little space on the top of the device, this should now be a ruled out function.

Nokia 2.2 has a rear camera and does not have a biometric sensor

The new device will feature only one camera in the rear, in line with the predecessor. Judging by these images, will continue to have no biometric sensor. By the looks, the rear looks like glass, but the frame is plastic.

The volume and on / off buttons are on the right side of the device. On the left side we find another button that will most likely be dedicated to Google Assistant. This idea comes in line with what the brand did in Nokia 3.2 and 4.2.

The new smartphone comes equipped with Android One

One of the great trumps of this device will be Android One. This is a pure experience, which will allow buyers of this device to receive at least two years of updates and security patches .

With regard to specifications, one expects something that will be commensurate with its entry-level price (just over 100 euros). In the next few hours we will know what HMD Global, owner of Nokia Mobile, has reserved for users.

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