The Nokia 2 has just announced the battery will have a 4,100mAh juice pack which is bigger than most phones. The massive Samsung Galaxy Note 8 for example has 3,300mAh and HMD Global claims the Nokia 2’s battery will allow for up to two days of life in one single charge.
As yet this remains to be seen and it does trigger some other concerns. With such a powerful performance we wonder how well it will perform on screen.
The Nokia 2 is set to slot between the Nokia 3 range.
Price to change…
When it comes to entry-level devices the average price is £85 which is priced accordingly. Some more notable points beyond the battery life is its clad in aluminium which straight away gives a higher end look than some budget phones.
The release date hasn’t yet been confirmed but apparently it will land in the UK in 2018.