We know that the most budgetary Android smartphone of HMD Global is Nokia 2. A few months ago, it was announced that it would get Android 8.1 instead of Android 8.0. A new update has started rolling out but it doesn’t bring the awaited OS upgrade.
The new update which comes in at almost 90MB is actually a security update that brings February’s security patch. It is also said to fix a security flaw in the Media framework. The update has started arriving on the version released in India (TA-1011) but should be available in other markets soon.
The Nokia 2 is a 5-inch HD display phone with a Gorilla Glass 3 protected. HMD Global has put the barest minimum specs in the phone. There is just 1GB of RAM and 8GB of expandable storage. Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 212 is the chip under the hood.
It packs an 8MP rear sensor and a 5MP front facing camera. It also has FM Radio, Bluetooth 4.1, a micro-USB port, and a more than enough 4,100mAh battery.