Nokia 2.4 to launch in India on November 26th, teaser hints

In September this year, HMD Global launched two smartphones called the Nokia 2.4 and Nokia 3.4 in Europe. However, the devices didn’t debut in India at that time. Now, the brand has posted a teaser on Twitter about its upcoming offering with a caption that reads ‘Only 10 days to go for the big reveal. Stay tuned’.

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The teaser shows the back panel of the Nokia 2.4, and confirms that the upcoming device will launch on November 26th. It is the successor to last year’s Nokia 2.3. It is unclear if the company will also launch the Nokia 3.4. Both the upcoming smartphones are listed on Nokia’s India website.

Nokia 2.4 specifications and features

The Nokia 2.4 offers a 6.5-inch HD+ screen with a waterdrop notch. It is equipped with a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner and a dedicated Google Assistant button. The Nokia 2.4 has a vertically stacked camera setup comprising a 13MP primary shooter paired with a 2MP depth sensor. Up front, the smartphone comes with a 5MP selfie camera.

The Nokia 2.4 is equipped with a Helio P22 chipset. It is offered in 2GB and 3GB RAM options. The former is paired with 32GB internal storage while the latter packs 64GB onboard storage. The Nokia 2.4 draws its power from a 4,500mAh unit with support for 10W charging via microUSB port. The Nokia 2.4 is an Android One smartphone and ships with a stock version of Android 10. 

Nokia 2.4 pricing and availability

The Nokia 2.4 carries a starting price tag of €119 (~Rs 10,200) and is available in Fjord, Dusk and Charcoal colours. The smartphone is tipped to be priced under Rs 10,000 in India. 

Viraj Gawde

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