The Nokia 2 isn’t officially out yet but an American retailer listed it early, revealing the price as $99. The Nokia 2 will be HMD Global’s cheapest Android phone since it gained the license to release phones under the famous brand.
The phone was listed by US retailer B&H Photo Video. The page has been pulled down though but the link confirms that it is the Nokia 2 with model number TA-1035 and dual SIM slots.
While the link was active, Winfuture.de was able to get some details of the phone. The Nokia 2 will be available in black and white and also have a dual SIM slot, a feature not common for smartphones launched in the US.
According to information from the FCC, the Nokia 2 will come with a large 4,000mAh battery. Geekbench also revealed that it will be powered by a Snapdragon 212 processor.
Pictures show that the Nokia 2 will have a single rear camera with a LED flash. Both the sensor and flash share a single vertical housing. At the bottom right corner is a slit for the speaker. The back is made of polycarbonate which should be strong enough to take some rough handling.
The front of the phone has very thick bezels even though the phone uses on-screen navigational buttons. The front camera sits at the top left followed by the sensor and earpiece.
B&H Video also has the Nokia 3310 3G listed as coming soon. This is a special edition model that will work in the US unlike the first one that is limited to 2G. The Nokia 3310 3G’s model number is listed as TA-1036 and it will be available in Charcoal.