Nokia is in full comeback mode thanks to HMD Global, and it appears that the next handset to be launched is the Nokia 2, with Evan Blass leaking press renders of the phone in black and white overnight.
The handset has a single lens rear camera above an LED flash and single front camera, with Nokia branding on both the rear and front as well. Other than that, the phone has on-screen buttons, a first in their range, and a screen, though how big or what resolution it will be is open for debate. You can check the renders out here:
Nokia 2 pic.twitter.com/IPp6Qvxp8o
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) September 14, 2017
Exactly what will be inside is only at rumour stage, pretty understandable for a low-end phone, but all we can find is that a Snapdragon 2xx series chipset with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage (possibly a microSD card slot too) will be running the show, with either a 4.5″ or 5″ display (likely 720p resolution). That will of course run the stock Android software that Nokia (HMD) are pushing with regular updates, making for a compelling phone for the entry level smartphone user.
We may find out a little more on this phone on September 28th, stay tuned.