Nokia 2.2 Brings Back the Removable Battery

HMD is bringing the latest version of the Nokia 2, called the “Nokia 2.2,” to the U.S. For $139, it features a notched camera design, a plastic body, and a removable battery. Ars Technica reports: HMD is delivering a good package for the price, with a fairly modern design, the latest version of Android, and a killer update package with two years of major OS updates and three years of security updates. On the front, you have a 5.71-inch, 1520×720 IPS LCD with a flagship-emulating notch design and rounded corners. There’s a sizable bezel on the bottom with a big “Nokia” logo on it, but it’s hard to complain about that for $140.

This is a cheap phone, so don’t expect a ton in the specs department. Powering the Nokia 2.2 is a MediaTek Helio A22 SoC, which is just four Cortex A53 cores at 2GHz. The U.S. version gets 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage version with an option to add a MicroSD card. The back and sides are plastic, and on the side you’ll find an extra physical button, which will summon the Google Assistant. The back actually comes off, and — get this — you can remove the 3000mAh battery! Speaking of unnecessarily removed smartphone features from the past, there’s also a headphone jack. Unfortunately, it’s missing some key features to keep the price down. There’s a microUSB port instead of a USB-C port, no fingerprint reader, and cameras that have low expectations.

Since it is a GSM phone, it will be supported by T-Mobile and AT&T networks, along with all their MVNOs.

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