Sequential to the Nokia 2.2, the Nokia 2.3 rides a sleeker blueprint, an extra camera sensor, and improved internals together with a long-life battery.
Design and Display
The phone boasts a stunning 720 x 1520-pixel resolution at 271ppi and a 19:9 aspect ratio on a 6.2 inch HD display. Thus, its reproduction of the colour is on top-notch, and watching media on such display creates an enjoyable memorable experience.
The Nokia 2.3 also comprises a notch that allows for an 80 percent screen-to-body ratio. The volume rocker and power buttons are conveniently located to the right, and for artists, you can work well with Spotify because you get your favorite Google Assistant button on the opposite side.
The three-dimensional Nano-textured polymer casing is also really out of the extra-ordinary. It fits securely in the hand and gives it a stunning finish like no other. This device weighs averagely 183 grams, with dimensions of 157.7 x 75.4 x 8.7mm.
With Nokia 2.3, there is an added camera sensor, for a dual-lens rear setup consisting of a 13MP main lens with an aperture and a 2MP depth sensor. Advanced structural engineering made it possible to sit the lenses within a metallic ring, rather than having them ordinarily protrude from the casing, so that should help with protection from scratches and blurring the pinhole. The surplus camera lens also allows for improved portrait photography, with a variety of effects available.
There is also this wide-angle lens, making it perfect for capturing everybody into those big landscape group selfies. This front sensor is as well utilized in the phone’s Biometric Face Unlock tech for enhanced security and privacy. Alongside this, you can record videos at 1080p.
One of the Nokia 2.3’s vast charisma is that it runs Android One (9 pie); a pure Android experience offering a clean, free, and responsive interface without any unnecessary bloatware and hangs. You are therefore pledged free software upgrades and monthly security updates, as well as an imminent upgrade to Android 10.
Nokia 2.3 is run by the quad-core Mediatek MT6761 Helio A22 Processor, accompanied by a 2GB Random Access Memory (RAM) and there shouldn’t be any issues with basic and day-to-day tasks.
Its 4,000mAh battery is similarly spectacular, with AI Adaptive Battery technology that should allow you to use the device for up to 2 full days without needing a charge. Alongside this, you’re looking at 32GB of internal storage with support for a microSD card (Slot) up to 400GB. A Nano-SIM card is also accepted, whilst the device has a 3.5mm headphone jack and a micro-USB port.