Breaking Down the Nokia 2.4
Retailing between Ksh 13,200 and Ksh 14,700, Nokia 2.4 (Review) is a smartphone-friendly to every Kenyan’s pocket that offers more for less. With the hard economic times, Nokia 2.4 is a budget phone that suits every occasion.
The phone comes with a RAM of 2GB or 3GB with an internal storage of either 32 or 64 GB. The large storage space makes sure that the user always has enough space for storing files such as photos and songs.
Nokia 2.4 also comes with a massive battery of 4,500 mAh that charges fast and lasts longer. The battery can last for 2 days allowing the user to venture into places with no power without worrying about the charge running out sooner.
Those who love taking photos are covered for Nokia 2.4 comes with a 13 + 2 MP main camera and a front camera of 5 MP. The camera brings out every detail in an object making moments memorable. Documenting moments like Valentine’s Day, weddings, and road trips will become enhanced with Nokia 2.4.
Its display is 6.4 inches, wide enough to fit in your palm and small enough to fit in either the purse or the pocket. The screen is perfect for video calls, giving the user an amazing way to connect with loved ones through video calls.
The phone also comes equipped with Google Assistant to help you or your loved one get things done fast with just your voice. It also helps you manage tasks, create lists and get directions on the go after one press of the button.
The 3D Nano-textured cover sits securely in your hand and has a stunning Nordic finish, giving you or whoever you are buying for a true sense of belonging and ownership. Besides, the diecast metal chassis and polycarbonate shell give your phone a comfortable, solid feel.
For those who love playing games, the phone comes with a MediaTek Helio P22 that helps your phone to remain stable without hanging or restarting. And for security purposes, the phone comes with a fingerprint sensor that helps you unlock your device quickly and easily convenient. You can also use the AI face unlock – so your phone stays yours.
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